I have anxiety whenever I go out to eat in a sit down restaurant with friends... Can anyone relate?? Give advice?
My anxiety mostly comes when I’m sharing a single bill with multiple ppl.
I’m confused with this if I only bring my debit card with me (no cash) and I went out to eat with 3 other people. How can I pay my own share (food/drink) with only my debit card while sharing one single bill with multiple ppl?
- hace 1 mes
One way to go about it is by "Going Dutch" which according to Wikipedia "indicates that each person participating in a paid activity covers their own expenses, rather than any one person in the group defraying the cost for the entire group. The term stems from restaurant dining etiquette in the Western world, where each person pays for their meal." Extracted from the link below.Fuente(s): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Going_Dutch
- babyboomer1001Lv 7hace 1 mes
Why the H*ll aren't you asking for separate bills?
- StephenWeinsteinLv 7hace 1 mes
You shouldn't be eating in sit down restaurants now anyway, because of the virus.
But to answer your question, you can ask for separate checks (bills) for each person, or you can have them charge your card for 1/3 of the total.
- SummervilleLv 6hace 1 mes
See a food therapist.
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- Anónimohace 1 mes
So ask for separate checks. Anxiety solved.
- Anónimohace 1 mes
Ask for a separate check when you order. Or you can pay for everyone. Or if there are four of you, you can put four cards in the thingie and ask the server to split it four ways.
If you're eating anywhere more upscale than a Denny's, it's horribly tacky for everyone to sit at the table counting out their cash, figuring out who owes what, making calculations and changing bills at the table. You're in a restaurant, not playing Monopoly. Discretely take care of your own bill/tip or take care of the whole bill/tip or split it evenly and don't worry that someone else's meal cost more.
- SusieLv 7hace 1 mes
Ask upfront for a separate bill.