GOOD VIBES - ‘Covid Bandit’ Leaves Huge Tip At Colorado Restaurant

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A generous customer recently tipped each of the seven employees at Notchtop Bakery and Cafe in Colorado $200, and now he’s at it again. This time the anonymous big tipper dined at Guard and Grace, a high-end steakhouse in Denver and he left a very impressive gratuity.

The mystery diner, who goes by “COVID bandit” gave a $6,800 tip at the restaurant. In a Facebook post, chef and owner Troy Guard explains that this gave each of the restaurant’s 34 employees $200. The COVID bandit left his signature message on the receipt: “COVID sucks,” the same thing he wrote at the bakery.

“Whoever this person is … thank you so much for your act of kindness and your sincere caring thoughtfulness you just bestowed on our Guard and Grace staff,” Guard writes in the post.

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