Aphra Adkins

Sally’s Middle Name

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Owner of Sally’s Middle Name, the first restaurant in Washington DC with a “no tipping” policy

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To tip or not to tip? That question has the service industry up in arms this week.

To Tip Or Not To Tip?

To tip or not to tip? That question has the service industry up in arms this week.

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