Guys, there is goodness left in the world!
If you’ve ever wondered what the appropriate tip is for service, this story won’t get you any closer to an answer.
A man in Cleveland left a US$3,000 tip after having one beer at a restaurant that would be closing due to the coronavirus spread.
The kind stranger reportedly went into the Nighttown restaurant, had a beer which cost US$7.02, and then left the staggering tip for the wait staff.
When the owner, Brendan Ring, saw the amount left, he ran after the man and told him he’d made a mistake. The man said he hadn’t and said he would return when the establishment re-opened.
The owner said his four serving staff were “humbly grateful for this incredibly kind and grand gesture.”