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Customer leaves $1,000 tip at New Jersey restaurant
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A family who dined at a recently reopened Ocean Grove, New Jersey, restaurant for breakfast left a $1,000 tip for the server.
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The Starving Artist at Days reopened for outdoor dining on its Victorian-style porch on June 16 after being closed since the start of the coronavirus pandemic in mid-March, but business has still been down about 50 to 60 percent compared to its usual summer numbers.
"July is the money maker, and if you're not seeing it in July, it's not going up from here," Arnold Teixeira, who has owned and operated The Starving Artist for 22 years, told FOX Business.
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