Maryland waitresses shocked with $2,020 tip before indoor dining closes in county

Maryland waitresses shocked with $  2,020 tip before indoor dining closes in county

This year will end on a bit of a better note for two waitresses in Maryland who received a $ 2,020 mancia before indoor dining shuts down in the area.

Lauren Jewel and Jennifer Zoller work at Evelyn’s in Annapolis, and didn’t expect anything out of the ordinary when they served a regular customer last Saturday, WBAL-TV rapporti. The anonymous regular is known to order avocado toast with eggs over easy while reading a book in the restaurant, secondo WJZ.

Evelyn’s in Annapolis, Md. La settimana scorsa, an anonymous regular left a $  2,020 tip for two servers at the breakfast and brunch café.

Evelyn’s in Annapolis, Md. La settimana scorsa, an anonymous regular left a $ 2,020 tip for two servers at the breakfast and brunch café. (Google Maps)

When one of the women picked up the bill, she was shocked to see a $ 2,020 mancia.

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“Before we had a chance to thank her, she was out the door,” Zoller told WBAL.

"Così, when that happened, she ran over and showed me and said, ‘We’ve got to double check this,’ because sometimes the dots are in the wrong place,” Jewel added.

The generous gratuity, tuttavia, was genuine. Brandon Stalker, owner of the breakfast and brunch café, speculated that the exact amount had a playful purpose.

“I think she has a little good sense of humor writing ‘2020’ anche,”’ he mused. “It’s probably the only positive 2020 we will have this entire year.”

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According to Stalker, locals have been leaving huge tips in recent days for the so-called “Operation Shock and Claus” ahead of the holiday season, and before Annapolis restaurants shut down for a few weeks. Starting on Dec. 16 a 5 p.m., both indoor and outdoor dining will be closed in Anne Arundel County until (almeno) Jan. 13 as coronavirus cases surge in the area, per county order. Restaurants can continue serving delivery and takeout during this time.

Cosa c'è di più, after Evelyn’s received an $ 850 tip last week, they “never expected” to see a larger one, Stalker said.

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In another twist, the customer who tipped the $ 2,020 has reportedly not been seen at the breakfast and brunch café since, per WBAL.

Adesso, the stunned servers are inspired to pay it forward, as a year made difficult by the pandemic comes to a close.

“I would like to give her the biggest hug and tell her I’m so immensely grateful,” Zoller said of the caring customer. “Honestly, there aren’t enough words to explain how much this has helped me.”

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