But you don't work for me, you work for the restaurant. I don't tip gas bar attendants, or librarians, or MacDonald's servers.
None of those are classified as 'tipped employees,' so they meet an entirely different minimum wage requirement.
Then again, I never "run any servers ass". I sit down, order food, eat it, pay and leave. Should I leave a paltry tip if the food sucked? How is that a representation of your service? The shitty minimum wage is the problem here, not the "bad" tippers.
If the food is shit, complain to the managers. Get it comp'd off the bill (ie free). If the servers do everything else well, why punish them? They didn't cook the food, lol.
PS, I bust my ass where I work, and I don't get tips. Restaurant staff do not have a monopoly on working hard.
Never meant to imply that.