If there is a slogan about working as a waiter at any restaurant, it is the x factor that a customer who has deep pockets will tip a huge amount to a waiter or waitress on any given day.
Case in point is that a couple who did not want to be identified at the Silver Street Tavern in Waterville Maine purchased a meal and drinks that cost $48 dollars.
Samantha Clark was the waitress who attended the couple who were impressed with the superb service at the tavern that evening.
Before the couple left the tavern, the male half of the couple told Samantha he wanted to speak with the manager of the tavern to thank him for the superb service that the waitress who attended him and his female partner.
The tip for the $48 dollar meal was for $2,000 dollars which was to be divided among all of the waiters and waitresses of the tavern which is around 14 employees who worked that shift.
The approximate tip split up of $2,000 dollars for 14 staff employees is around $142 dollars plus some loose change.
In my view working as a waiter in a tavern does have its good days when someone gives out a huge tip to be divided among the employees at a restaurant for superb service.