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VinePair Podcast: Tip When You Dine Out. No Matter What

12 days ago   |   By Vine Pair

“I am really sorry that your waiter was rude to you - no one likes an unpleasant dining experience - but yes, you still need to tip,” writes VinePair CEO Adam Teeter. The article received plenty of comments from readers expressing their differences in opinion - some of whom feel the need to “teach servers a lesson for poor service.” But as our hosts discuss in this week's episode of the “VinePair Podcast,” tipping comes with the budget of dining out - and is an act of human decency.
Join Adam Teeter, Joanna Sciarrino, and Zach Geballe as they discuss the tipping system in the United...
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