MORNING BULLETIN: HOW MUCH TO TIP YOUR DOORMAN, WHERE TO EAT WITH KIDS


Photo by Avi.

November 29, 2011 Weather: Showers, High of 64 Degrees.

News:
How much do you tip your doorman and other people who work in your building this holiday season? Brick Underground did a survey and found that the average tip for doormen ranges from $25 to $150. For all the details on how much to tip, and what happens if you don’t, check out Brick Underground.

But don’t “tip” your broker off the books. (Malcolm Carter)

The top 10 family-friendly restaurants on the Upper West Side include Henry’s, Kefi and Ditch Plains, says DNAinfo.

Swedish kids’ clothing company Polarn O. Pyret opened its new store on Columbus Avenue and 81st street yesterday.

Upper West Side schools are getting back into using building blocks. (NY Times)

The Christmas tree decorations in Lincoln Square were made by “Untouchables,” an extremely poor social class in India. (DNAinfo)

Upper West Side eatery Salumeria Rosi is hoping to open a new space in the Plaza. (Eater)

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