Fully agreeBut they are adding a 22% surcharge to all orders. They say this way everyone will get a fair portion, including the back of house staff. This is crazy to me. What if the food is bad? What is the service is Bad. When did tipping become expected everywhere. Go to pick up a carry out and they want a tip, now they are just going to add an additional 22% onto your order and you have no say in it? I hope this is a trend that doesn't catch on.
A Portland restaurant eliminated tipping, added a 22% service fee, and raised its lowest wage to $25Co-owner Bonnie Morales told Insider changes in the restaurant industry pushed the idea from "nice to have" to "need to have."www.businessinsider.com