The meal and the service were outstanding. In fact, I would give both a 5. But when the bill came, there was an 18% "Service Charge" added on which is apparently for paying their staff a "living" wage and providing health benefits. This charge is in lieu of providing a tip, so basically I get to pay for their health benefits and add a tip without having a choice. Too bad because I would routinely tip 20-25% for such a nice meal, so you guys just cost your employees a larger tip. If you want to pay your employees more and provide benefits, just charge more and let me decide if I want to tip them. Bottom line is that I spent over $200 dollars for two pizzas, two pasta dishes, two desserts and a bottle of wine. I can pay that at a waterfront restaurant and get the same quality and a better view. Thanks for the nice meal but I don't want any part of your liberal utopia, so I will go somewhere else next time.
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