Luxe Tip | A Guide to Tipping.

Tipping Guide

Server in a mid-scale to upscale restaurant....15 to 20 percent for attentive service

Server in a casual restaurant, such as a diner....10 to 15 percent for attentive service

Barista in a coffee bar....$1

Wine steward in an upscale restaurant....20 percent of the cost of the wine

Host in an upscale restaurant....$20 or more depending on the extent and attentiveness, of the service

Men's room attendant....$3 or more, each visit ($1-$2 work fine as well, depending on the service)

Valet parker....$3-$5

Doorman....$5 for assistance hailing a cab

Cash register tip jar....$1 or $2

Bartender at a large social event....$1 or $2 per drink

Bartender at a private event....Nothing unless special assistance has been requested
Provided by How to Be a Gentleman by John Bridges

The above suggestions are a good base to start you off with tipping. Feel free to adjust where it fits. Some situations may call for a higher or lower tipping amount. Remember to always be courteous to those that provide service to you.

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-Phaon Spurlock, The Southern Gentleman

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