• Why should I tip servers?

    I'm not responsible for the fact that they signed up for a job where they're dependent on tips, they want to make a decent wage find another job where they pay you a decent wage by the hour
    I'm not responsible for the fact that they signed up for a job where they're dependent on tips, they want to make a decent wage find another job where they pay you a decent wage by the hour
    6 answers · Other - US Dining Out · 21 hours ago
  • Can 17 year olds eat for free at Ihop?

    I just saw an ad on YouTube that said kids eat free at Ihop from like 4-10 or something like that. Im in Michigan and here the age of majority is 18. Does that mean that 17 year olds are considered “kids?” If I pull up to Ihop at 5pm and show my ID can I eat for free?
    I just saw an ad on YouTube that said kids eat free at Ihop from like 4-10 or something like that. Im in Michigan and here the age of majority is 18. Does that mean that 17 year olds are considered “kids?” If I pull up to Ihop at 5pm and show my ID can I eat for free?
    5 answers · Other - US Dining Out · 9 hours ago
  • How can I and a friend split the restaurant bill?

    Me and my friend decided to go to ihop for winter break. How should we split it half and half. For example bill 36.71, half that is 18.33. Round it it is 20 dollars each and that extra change is tip?If I only have a debit card can I say just only take off 20 dollars to the server?
    Me and my friend decided to go to ihop for winter break. How should we split it half and half. For example bill 36.71, half that is 18.33. Round it it is 20 dollars each and that extra change is tip?If I only have a debit card can I say just only take off 20 dollars to the server?
    15 answers · Other - US Dining Out · 1 week ago
  • Leaving a restaurant in Washington state with an opened alcoholic beverage.?

    So recently I absentmindedly strolled out of a restaurant holding a half finished can of beer I bought with my meal. Someone who worked in the restaurant came outside, yanked the beer from my hand, poured it on the sidewalk, gave me a glare, then left without saying a word. It was a rather expensive beer and I felt... show more
    So recently I absentmindedly strolled out of a restaurant holding a half finished can of beer I bought with my meal. Someone who worked in the restaurant came outside, yanked the beer from my hand, poured it on the sidewalk, gave me a glare, then left without saying a word. It was a rather expensive beer and I felt kinda ripped off after that, especially after being served easily the worst and most expensive country-fried steak I'd ever eaten. The beer was the only good thing about that meal. I forgot I was carrying the drink and would have gladly went back into the establishment to finish it off if he'd just informed me of my mistake. I'm having a hard time finding it, I'm curious if there is a law or regulation requiring businesses to confiscate opened drinks? Was he fully in the right to do that, or just being a douche? I know it's illegal to drink in public, but I don't think it's really the restaurants job to enforce that.
    6 answers · Law & Ethics · 1 week ago
  • What should i order at chipotle?

    Best answer: A philly quesadilla wrapped in a tortilla.
    Best answer: A philly quesadilla wrapped in a tortilla.
    5 answers · Other - US Dining Out · 1 week ago
  • What is a food item that is popular in your area/region, that might be considered odd or different in other places.?

    Best answer: MN- Juicy Lucy Burger - A hamburger w/ cheese inside. Lefse - Norwegian bread served with butter and cinnamon and sugar. Lutefisk - lye-preserved fish served at Christmas. MI - Coney hot dogs - chili dogs w/ chili sauce (doesn't sound unique, but the sauce has beef heart in it). Vernor's ginger soda... show more
    Best answer: MN- Juicy Lucy Burger - A hamburger w/ cheese inside. Lefse - Norwegian bread served with butter and cinnamon and sugar. Lutefisk - lye-preserved fish served at Christmas.

    MI - Coney hot dogs - chili dogs w/ chili sauce (doesn't sound unique, but the sauce has beef heart in it). Vernor's ginger soda (NOT ale), my favorite soda (pop).
    10 answers · Other - US Dining Out · 3 weeks ago
  • Not tipping? getting dirty looks/comments?

    Best answer: I think you should tip if you have the money.
    But your'e right, tips are not something you have to do...
    Best answer: I think you should tip if you have the money.
    But your'e right, tips are not something you have to do...
    28 answers · Other - US Dining Out · 3 weeks ago
  • Have you ever had a resteraunt server that wasn't afraid to not be nice to you?

    If they have an issue with a customer aren't they suppose to tell the manager and let the manager deal with it? They're suppose to tell off the customer themselves are they? Can't they get fired for that?
    If they have an issue with a customer aren't they suppose to tell the manager and let the manager deal with it? They're suppose to tell off the customer themselves are they? Can't they get fired for that?
    9 answers · Other - US Dining Out · 3 weeks ago
  • Is this good for a seafood restaurant?

    A seafood restaurant in a small seaport town called Moby Dick. and on the menu Clam Chowder Cup / Bowl Shrimp Cocktail Clam Plate Lobster Roll Shrimp Platter Fish Plate Crab Legs Octopus
    A seafood restaurant in a small seaport town called Moby Dick. and on the menu Clam Chowder Cup / Bowl Shrimp Cocktail Clam Plate Lobster Roll Shrimp Platter Fish Plate Crab Legs Octopus
    9 answers · Other - US Dining Out · 4 weeks ago
  • What restaurants in New York have a great ambiance?

    I know a lot about restaurants in New York, but I need your help because this weekend, I wanna do it right. Ill be taking Sabrina on a date and I really have to wow this girl, folks. First of, Lighting is important to me. Please no restaurants with bright lights. No touristy place No place with a ton of... show more
    I know a lot about restaurants in New York, but I need your help because this weekend, I wanna do it right. Ill be taking Sabrina on a date and I really have to wow this girl, folks. First of, Lighting is important to me. Please no restaurants with bright lights. No touristy place No place with a ton of kids I need a suave place, something with a sumptuous atmosphere and elegant ambiance A place where the aesthetics of the restaurants are attractive. Something Jean-Georges-like or the kind of aesthetics you see in the W hotels. Know what I mean?
    5 answers · New York City · 1 month ago
  • How much should I price this dish in a New York City restaurant?

    The dish would include: 2 eggs Toast Home fries Avocado Bacon
    The dish would include: 2 eggs Toast Home fries Avocado Bacon
    8 answers · New York City · 1 month ago
  • Are restaurants busy on Halloween?

    I work as a host at a very new restaurant in my area. The managers don’t know what to expect for the turnout this Halloween... yesterday was a Tuesday and we had about a 45 min wait around 6:00. Will today be busier or slower? Should I expect to lose my mind trying to seat people today?
    I work as a host at a very new restaurant in my area. The managers don’t know what to expect for the turnout this Halloween... yesterday was a Tuesday and we had about a 45 min wait around 6:00. Will today be busier or slower? Should I expect to lose my mind trying to seat people today?
    8 answers · Other - US Dining Out · 2 months ago
  • What foods do you eat at police academy?

    Best answer: I can only speak for the academy I went to. I would compare it to a deli in a hospital, or slightly better than what I had at school lunch
    Best answer: I can only speak for the academy I went to. I would compare it to a deli in a hospital, or slightly better than what I had at school lunch
    12 answers · Other - US Dining Out · 2 months ago
  • Why can I do about eating out?

    Best answer: These can be the beast places to eat to get real authentic foods as oposed to the dishes that are made purely to cater to the local palate. If its not for you go elsewhere.
    Best answer: These can be the beast places to eat to get real authentic foods as oposed to the dishes that are made purely to cater to the local palate. If its not for you go elsewhere.
    13 answers · Other - US Dining Out · 2 months ago