Is it unacceptable to avoid tipping for coffee or take-out?
Not tipping for coffee or take-out is fine, but if the service is very good or the server does something extra out of the ordinary it would be good to tip.
depends for me, if i am going to be hanging out at the coffee shop or made a complex order then yes I tip. if it's just a simple order to go I will usually give a small tip.
See, I get dirty looks every time I don't tip. I mean, it's not like they delivered the coffee to my table, or brought take-out to my work. I'm already paying for the food, you just sat there and handed it to me - why do you deserve a tip.
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