You get a free beer and the bartender gets fired. Makes perfect sense, why doesn't that happen more often?
I think there may be a problem with semantics here. 86'd means to "get out and don't ever come back", as in "I can't go to that bar because I've been 86'd". Cut off means you can't have another drink here today, but you can come back tomorrow. In between these two scenarios are a thousand different possibilities. If I had cut someone off because I felt they had enough, that is my job as a bartender. Done correctly, it can add to your tip, or if they want to be a jerk about it, they may tip nothing and you know you were probably right to cut them off, but I would expect a tip. If I told them to get out and don't ever come back, forget about the tip.
If it was me I would have kicked his ass! Do the math
sorry..too much coffee
Clearly, you are an idiot
Smile, you're on candid camera
Uhhh people don't pay with cash they pay with visas. I'm a server and I agree, C-notes slow you down. About 20% of customers use cash, everyone else uses plastic. A server usually starts with 20 maybe 30 bucks of their own money. Often less. Then you get visas, MC, Amex, maybe someone pays cash for $15 dollar tab, then the next guy has a 100. The bartender has fives and ones, which is fine, except now he's wiped out. Soon another 100 and now the manager has to get into the safe, but..he's on the phone. If they really are coming from the ATM's than so be it, deal with it. Otherwise, chill Mr. Bill.
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