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B.C. restaurant abandons effort to go tipless


September 2, 2014
By Darrell Bellaart Nanaimo Daily News

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Sept. 2, 2014, Nanaimo, B.C. – After less than three months, a "no-tipping" restaurant has abandoned the practice at the request of patrons who want to have their say, reports the Nanaimo Daily News. | READ MORE

Less
than three months later he has abandoned the idea, and it's no surprise
to Pete Maltesen, owner of Nanaimo's New York Pizza and Upper Island
B.C. Foodservices Association board chairman. – See more at:
http://www.nanaimodailynews.com/news/nanaimo-region/tipless-restaurant-effort-falls-flat-1.1325801#sthash.JSpmjKXd.dpuf

Less
than three months later he has abandoned the idea, and it's no surprise
to Pete Maltesen, owner of Nanaimo's New York Pizza and Upper Island
B.C. Foodservices Association board chairman. – See more at:
http://www.nanaimodailynews.com/news/nanaimo-region/tipless-restaurant-effort-falls-flat-1.1325801#sthash.JSpmjKXd.dpuf

David Jones wanted to create a more European-style dining experience when he opened Canada's first no-tipping restaurant in May.

Less
than three months later he has abandoned the idea, and it's no surprise
to Pete Maltesen, owner of Nanaimo's New York Pizza and Upper Island
B.C. Foodservices Association board chairman.

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– See more at:
http://www.nanaimodailynews.com/news/nanaimo-region/tipless-restaurant-effort-falls-flat-1.1325801#sthash.JSpmjKXd.dpuf

David Jones wanted to create a more European-style dining experience when he opened Canada's first no-tipping restaurant in May.

Less
than three months later he has abandoned the idea, and it's no surprise
to Pete Maltesen, owner of Nanaimo's New York Pizza and Upper Island
B.C. Foodservices Association board chairman.

– See more at:
http://www.nanaimodailynews.com/news/nanaimo-region/tipless-restaurant-effort-falls-flat-1.1325801#sthash.JSpmjKXd.dpuf

David Jones wanted to create a more European-style dining experience when he opened Canada's first no-tipping restaurant in May.

Less
than three months later he has abandoned the idea, and it's no surprise
to Pete Maltesen, owner of Nanaimo's New York Pizza and Upper Island
B.C. Foodservices Association board chairman.

– See more at:
http://www.nanaimodailynews.com/news/nanaimo-region/tipless-restaurant-effort-falls-flat-1.1325801#sthash.JSpmjKXd.dpuf

David Jones wanted to create a more European-style dining experience when he opened Canada's first no-tipping restaurant in May.

Less
than three months later he has abandoned the idea, and it's no surprise
to Pete Maltesen, owner of Nanaimo's New York Pizza and Upper Island
B.C. Foodservices Association board chairman.

– See more at:
http://www.nanaimodailynews.com/news/nanaimo-region/tipless-restaurant-effort-falls-flat-1.1325801#sthash.JSpmjKXd.dpuf