More than 40% of diners want to get rid of tipping, says new survey
Would you be willing to pay more for a meal if it meant you didn't have to leave a tip?
San Antonio is home to thousands of restaurants, many of them offer excellent dining choices, but a new poll found 43% of those surveyed would pay more for a meal if they didn't have to leave a tip.
The highlights of the survey were published this week by Zagat.
It also found that, on average, Americans tip about 18% at restaurants. The best tippers are in Philadelphia, who tip about 20%.