While we have dined there on many occasions, our last visit involved a bit of larceny (I believe). With another couple, we enjoyed breakfast but felt that we were "suckered" into a scheme to relieve us of an extra $20. We paid our bill with cash that included an approximately 20% tip and gave the waitress the folder with the money that two of us had counted to verify the amount.
Moments later, the waitress returned and told us that there was barely enough to cover the bill, let alone the tip! My friend and I explained that each of us had counted the cash and was certain that the amount included an adequate tip. The Hostess / Cashier came to the table and vouched for the waitress's version of being short one twenty dollar bill. The lesson here for me (and others that might want to eat at Bayside Skillet) is to pay with a credit card and make sure that the numbers add up properly.
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