Florida restaurant owner adding surcharge on menu for Obamacare

John Metz, a restaurant owner and executive in West Palm Beach, Fla., says he plans to charge his customers a five-percent surcharge and decrease his employees’ hours to offset the costs of Obamacare on his businesses.

“If I leave the prices the same, but, say on the menu that there is a five-percent surcharge for Obamacare, customers have two choices. They can either pay it, and tip 15 or 20 percent, or if they really feel so inclined, they can reduce the amount of tip they give to the server, who is the primary beneficiary of Obamacare,” Metz told The Huffington Post.

“Although it may sound terrible that I’m doing this, it’s the only alternative. I’ve got to pass the cost on to the consumer,” he added.

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  1. John C. Plantada says:

    Increased costs will be passed on to the end consumer in the long run in the form of higher prices without them seeing it. This is just an overt way to show the consumer what the financial impact of Obamacare will be.

  2. John C. Plantada says:

    Increased costs will be passed on to the end consumer in the long run in the form of higher prices without them seeing it. This is just an overt way to show the consumer what the financial impact of Obamacare will be. It’s a sad state of affairs.