Belmar Local Business
Local business in Belmar, NJ
14 hrs ago | via WFAA-TV Dallas
Stiffed waitress offered tips from across USA Diners commented on hour-long wait for food and wrote 'LOL' on tip line. Check out this story on WFAA.com: http://usat.ly/1EpEBYF A waitress at D'Jais Bar & Grill in New Jersey was stiffed out of a tip on a check for $112.03 last week. Comment?
Wednesday Aug 26 | via The Hollywood Gossip
A server at D'Jais Bar & Grill in Belmar, New Jersey, recently posted a pic of her receipt on Facebook that has spread across the social network. The image has sparked a conversation from thousands of Facebook users about tipping etiquette in the restaurant industry. Comment?
Tuesday Aug 25 | via Examiner.com
A waitress' " LOL " tip she received on a receipt went viral recently after she shared it on social media . Jessica Corinne Jones posted the tip on her Facebook profile last Tuesday. Comment?
Monday Aug 24 | via Examiner.com
How much should you tip your waitress for a $112 meal? Nothing? LOL ! But that Internet acronym slang is precisely what a New Jersey server had to stomach after an octet of unhappy guests paid the bill, and only the bill, leaving her zip in the tip department. Lough out loud? Writes Eater, via MSN News on Aug. 24 : "It's no secret that many service industry workers depend on tips to make a living, but that doesn't stop the occasional customer from stiffing their server. Comment?
Monday Aug 24 | via WKXW-FM Trenton
Jess Jones, a Manasquan High School graduate, said she got this "tip" instead of a tip working at a Belmar restaurant earlier this month. We don't know if Jess Jones lives to serve. Comment?
Monday Aug 24 | via The Jersey Journal
BELMAR - After a server at D'Jais Bar & Grill shared an image of her receipt on Facebook, thousands have weighed in on tipping etiquette in the restaurant industry. The Asbury Park Press reports that on Aug. 17, Jess Jones was waiting on a party of eight at the seaside restaurant and nightclub. Comment?
Tuesday Aug 18 | via The Jersey Journal
The first Tuesday weigh-in at The MidAtlantic Tournament in Cape May and Ocean City, Md. was a big one -- a 437-pound blue marlin from Fish On that's well short of Monday's 543-pounder on Ringleader, but still in line for a pay-off of $189,904.80 should no other eligible blues be weighed. Comment?
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