Did I break some unwritten tipping rule when I "generously" tipped on a free meal? [more inside]
In the movies Americans often just leave money on the bar, or on the table at a cafe or a restaurant, and walk out. Does this happen in real life? [more inside]
A few weeks ago I had a frustrating interaction with a waiter regarding a gift card. I am still bothered by what happened and would like some advice about it. [more inside]
How much do you tip out the house? How about the kitchen? And in total to all support? [more inside]
WaiterFilter: Is it proper to have to tip out your bartender when he/she is also the owner of the restaurant? [more inside]
My friend is a server at a privately-owned restaurant, and she received a big tip from a patron ($40 on a $100 bill). However, it turns out days later that the card used was stolen, and now the restaurant owners have asked for her to return the tip money. Do they have any legal ground to do so? [more inside]
TipFilter: Some friends and I were on the receiving end of some bad service last night, so we didn't tip. The waitress followed us out and made a scene. I'm looking for advice on how to handle tipping in these rare situations and what to do now. [More Inside] [more inside]
Tip etiquette: What is the appropriate tip for carry-out from a traditionally sit-down restaurant?