They either want the fees lowered, or they may start passing them along as line items on your bill.
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They have to pay out $320,000 in penalties, with $200,000 going back to employees.
Some rich guy who hates paying taxes tipped $3 on a $37 bill and left a note to explain why.
This is very predictable, given that loan payments were coming due on a $7M city loan.
They're saving 25% on energy now, too.
Caviar curates sought-after restaurants that don't usually deliver, and charges a $10 delivery fee.
Their share price is now less than the average dinner bill.
The city's chief economist confirms what '7x7' earlier hinted at.
Us to Ed Arnow of the Contra Costa 'Times': Look at this mess you started!
This "report" from the Contra Costa 'Times' is totally made up, if you ask us.
Mr. Bauer once again takes an opportunity to complain about restaurants who still show the Healthy S.F. surcharge on checks.
The company appears to be spending $1.43 for every $1 it makes, and is desperate for cash. Thus, the IPO.
Places like Zero Zero have given in and started taking them.
Americans have consumed about the same amount of pork per year for the last hundred years, though it could be on the rise.
"All of us haven't been to Alcatraz, but we've all eaten at the top restaurants," says Pete Osborne, owner of Momo's and Pedro's Cantina.
"Eight dollars for a dozen eggs sounds outrageous, but when you think that you can make a delicious meal from two eggs, that's $1.50."
StarChefs released their national survey of chef salaries from 2009 showing an overall uptick, but the news still isn't good for women.
Two out of three restaurants who make it on Bauer's annual list end up surviving ten-plus years.
With the highest minimum wage in the U.S. and health benefits for all restaurant workers, SF beats out all other cities in staffing costs.