Tipless in Seattle
Following the minimum wage hike, service charges have popped up in restaurants all over the city. But Optimism Brewery, Ada's Technical Books and Cafe, and S...
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Pintxo opens its new Fourth Ave location, 8oz Burger brings grilled cheese to Uwajimaya, and Sitka and Spruces's chef heads to Beacon Hill.
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What does a $15 an hour minimum wage matter when you’re not getting any hours?
To tip or not to tip—is it really a question? The custom is so ingrained in restaurant goers that many of us will typically add at least 20 percent to the bill even if our server forgot that second drink. But its days are numbered.
Murray on affordable housing, Republicans on minimum wage.
With more restaurants tucking the gratuity into the bill, what to do when the service is lacking?
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Chophouse Row opens with farm-to-mouth ice cream and cheese, Bar Sajor serves weekend brunch, and Seattle's favorite molten cake shop readies a second location for Capitol Hill.
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Instead, diners pay an 18.5 percent surcharge.
A minimum wage story
A new Korean steakhouse in Pioneer Square, Blue Moon Burgers in West Seattle, and opening salvos of our new minimum wage.
A minimum wage story.
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