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Trying to Be Slick, A Minnesota Restaurant Places Cost of Minimum Wage Increase On Customer Checks — And Faces Backlash

Oasis Cafe on Facebook
Oasis Cafe on Facebook
By Ashley Lutz
A Minnesota restaurant has started charging a fee to offset a minimum wage hike.

The Oasis cafe in Stillwater is charging customers an extra 35 cents, reports CBS Minnesota.


Minnesota recently raised the minimum wage for tipped employees. Oasis told CBS that the change would cost the restaurant about $10,000 a year.

Patrons of the restaurant are complaining on its Facebook page.

"If you cannot afford to pay your employees, maybe you cannot afford to run a restaurant," one man who identified himself as a former customer said.

Numerous people called for a boycott.

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