Playing 'The Tipping Game'

Sarah Huxhold is a server at Milo & Olive in Santa Monica, Calif. She will now be able to get healthcare, which she did not have before, because of a 3 percent surcharge for health insurance on restaurant bills that customers are now required to pay. (Anne Cusack/Los Angeles Times/MCT)

How much do you tip for service at a restaurant?

In a post for mantalkblog.com, Harold Hosie Jr. writes that he dishes out 15 percent. Or 20 percent is the service is really great.

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