Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Napoleon V2, Jan 7, 2013.
The act and the wage system behind it
Mr. Pink don't tip.
Did I ever tell you the story of when my ex girlfriend pwned me when I was doing the "world's smalled violin" bit?
20% unless you really suck or are a hot chick.
It's not a city in China
twenty five percent for great service and always more on the holidays.
Only like 10 times. Enough.
Fuck Chiva. Tell.
20% for a wait person who is doing his job, including both taking the order and serving the food
10-15% for bad service that may or may not be in the wait staff control
5% when a message needs to be sent
The wage system behind it sucks. Pay a person what he is worth and add that into the price of meal. That would obviously raise the menu price of going out to eat but people, other than "those who eat shrimp at Red Lobster", already have it figured into the cost of going out to eat. I bet that would result in much better service in the end and the job being a long term and stable form of employment.
shitty has to worry about this now
My feelings are that people who care that much about it are usually teenagers going to a restaurant for the first time?
That's pretty much my method.
The least I ever tip is 25% quite often I tip 70 - 90% if the meal isn't crazy expensive. I make my living off tips so I believe its good karma and good luck to tip high.
20%, usually more for people who have to spend time actually touching me.
High roller Dan!