How much should you tip at a fancy restaurant?

According Better life, 18% is the standard tip for fancy restaurants; anything less than 15% is unacceptable. A 20% tip, he says, is a good way to recognize exceptional service. But, this is the minimal end of the spectrum. Daniel Senning of school of etiquette The Emily Post Institute says a tip of 15% to 20% before tax is expected (via The daily meal). The bank rate accept that 15% to 20% before tax is usual. But, in light of a rampant disease pandemic and record inflation (but still no increase in the federal minimum wage), perhaps the way people think about tipping needs an update. day : Eater indicates that your default should be 20% no matter where you go. “Of course,” he says, “tipping is inherently exploitative, but as long as there’s a tipping minimum wage, you can’t opt ​​out.”

There are, of course, exceptions to the rule. If you are dining with a large party, say menufy, your tip should be increased to account for the additional amenities. According The daily meal, if your host has gone the extra mile to reserve a table for your party on a busy night, an extra $10 or $20 is only fine. Although, if you splurge on a premium bottle of wine for the table, you’re not supposed to factor that into your total when tipping, per Eater. (To customers who argue that tipping is ridiculous and should just be factored into employee pay: many servers might agree with you.)

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