Published On: Fri, May 29th, 2015

A customer left a $2, 000 tip in a D.C. restaurant

A regular patron at the Washington,   D.C.,   restaurant left a $2,  000 tip on a $93.23 tab on Monday night.

A regular customer left a $2, 000 check for a $93 bill.

The staff at a D.C. restaurant, “Blue 44”, was stuned.

The customer came in on Monday to have some gumbo, which he particularly likes. He ordered a couple of quarts to-go and his bill would have been $93, but because he was such a loyal customer the restaurant workers offered it to him on the house.

Generosity pays. The customer left a $2, 000 tip instead, and instructed the bartender, chef and owner on how to share the gratuity. One thousand dollars went to Chef James Turner, $500 to bartender Laura Daly and $500 to the owner, Chris Nardelli, media reports say.

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