Consumers aren39t crazy about 20percent menu price hikes to cover higher wages for servers

Consumers aren't crazy about 20-percent menu price hikes to cover higher wages for servers.

Most New Yorkers opposed to no-tip policy

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Danny Meyer, Tom Colicchio and other New York City restaurant owners might have their work cut out getting guests to buy into a no-tipping policy. The majority of the city's residents who participated in a recent voter poll said they oppose the idea of paying an extra 20 percent for a restaurant meal if it means eliminating the tip.

Some 56 percent of those surveyed said they would not be willing to

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