Customer leaves $2,000 tip at Chicago restaurant

In the United States, it’s quite customary for most to throw in a 20 percent tip for great food and service. Well, last week, a Seattle man left of a 260 percent tip at local Chicago restaurant, Boka.

Kitchen crew included


The total dinner bill was $769 and the guest from Seattle seemed to be very happy with the meal and service because he tipped $300 at the table. That was just before he went into the kitchen to give each of the 17 kitchen staff members a $100 bill. The kitchen crew were praised for both the service and the food.

Random acts

General Manager of Boka, Jon Leopold, said “It was amazing to have that happen unexpectedly and randomly,...

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