In my experience yes.
Thanks Franklin and West studio. Submitted from brooklyn.
Eric at Olive St. Not even 10%.
Thanks I plan too.
Went out into a Level Two Snow Emergency (We are not even supposed to be delivering, but dedication wins out over common sense) And got a whopping 0.50 tip from the guy.
Anonymous asked: How come you took down the receipt from the Good Wife team? Did they make amends with you?
It’s back up. My boss wanted our number removed from the image. Full disclosure.
Anonymous asked: How much do we tip to make the roaming musicians, singers, entertainers, etc. stay the fuck away from our table
If you tip them they never, ever, leave.
Lorimer St. tipped me one dollar to bring him a sandwich during a hail/rain/thunder storm….I hate you
I can only speak for the baristas out there, but I worked my way through undergrad as a barista and here’s the deal: $1 tip per drink is minimum. I grew up in the NW (Seattle/Portland) and when I moved out to the NE (Boston/NYC), I kept noticing that people don’t tip AT ALL??? I’m no longer in the service industry, but if I see you do this, I’m going to spill my latte on you and smile. Again, if you can’t afford the tip, don’t order your item.
I once left a $20 tip for some girl at ihop for a $15 order. Just b/c I was feeling generous.
Submitted by tippy