While restaurant servers should undoubtedly be indiscriminate about their guests even before approaching the table, new research shows you can’t really fault them for wanting to wait on older diners. Younger Americans are more likely than older ones to leave less-than-average tips, according to a recent Michelin study conducted by Harris Interactive. In fact, 30 percent of Americans age 18-34 reported that they usually tip less than 15 percent for good service. Hate to see what those ...

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