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Tipping etiquette on two-for-ones: tip as if you were paying full price

Jenn McCullough - Breckenridge

While the vast majority of locals are generous, there are a handful who are cheap. Two-for-ones are the restaurant community’s way of saying thanks for your patronage and a way for servers to make ends meet during the offseason.

Yet, when it comes to tipping, you either complain when the gratuity is added or don’t tip enough when it’s not.

So, if a gratuity has not already been added to your two-for-one check, please tip on the original amount. Making $2.13 an hour doesn’t pay the rent, and we’d like to continue to enjoy this amazing place just as you do.

Hannah Lennon

Jenn McCullough

Breckenridge


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