Should Restaurants Eliminate Tipping? A Food-World Debate Unfolds in NYC.

A number of restaurants in New York City are attempting to make a major change in their business model, and if this becomes widespread it will have an impact on the way all of us dine. To deal with rising costs and a more in-demand labor force, a few trailblazing eateries are doing away with the time-tested gratuity model.

Instead of paying 15 or 20%, the service charge is baked into the bill. This lets restaurants pay a living wage to their non-tipped employees, but are the servers getting the short end of the deal?

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