How to Tip a Bartender?

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If you have had good service from a bartender you can tip them just before you leave the bar. You can give cash directly to the bartender if you like. In addition, if you pay your bill by credit card, many bars and restaurants will have a line on the bill where you can add a tip to the total of your credit card bill.
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1. Keep in mind that a bartender relies on tips to supplement his or her income. 2. Have small bills available for the purpose of tipping. 3. Tip about 15 percent of the tab from
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1 Being patient for the first round is the key to an enjoyable evening, whether the bar is visibly "busy" when you walk in or not. Other things outside your purview -- shift
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