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New York, NY -- Imagine how much money you would save if you didn't have to leave a tip at a restaurant. Sounds like a dream come true and an upscale sushi restaurant in New York City is adopting a no-tipping policy according to the New York Times.
The restaurant called Sushi Yasuda is instead including the cost of service in the price of food. But it also pays waiters with salaries and benefits so they don't have to depend on the extra cash. The restaurant says it will also return a tip even if you decide to leave one.