Bartender makes a drink in January, 2015, at New York’s North End Grill, one restaurant to switch to a no-tipping system. The day may come when you won’t have to figure out what 15 percent to 20 percent of your check is at the end of a meal, but the earliest experiments in eliminating tipping at American restaurants have proved to be less than conclusive.
Bartender makes a drink in January, 2015, at New York’s North End Grill, one restaurant to switch to a no-tipping system. The day may come when you won’t have to figure out what 15 percent to 20 percent of your check is at the end of a meal, but the earliest experiments in eliminating tipping at American restaurants have proved to be less than conclusive. Liz Barclay New York Times
Bartender makes a drink in January, 2015, at New York’s North End Grill, one restaurant to switch to a no-tipping system. The day may come when you won’t have to figure out what 15 percent to 20 percent of your check is at the end of a meal, but the earliest experiments in eliminating tipping at American restaurants have proved to be less than conclusive. Liz Barclay New York Times