When it came time to pay the $ 20.04 check, David asked his server how many people were working that day.
He left a $ 1,400 tip with instructions to pay $ 200 to each of the seven employees.
“It really brought tears to all the servers [and] Chefs – You know, nobody ever thinks of cooks – the chefs were just so shocked and shocked. We were all surprised, “Khamtveliva said. We thanked him, but I felt like we didn’t do enough of it.”
She said that David lives in the area, but this was the second time he had gone to the restaurant.
“I felt like ‘Oh my God, am I dreaming or what’s going on?”
Another server told KMGH that the money would help his family immensely.
“It’s $ 200 for me, but it’s also $ 200 for my husband. It’s also $ 200 for my daughters, the things we needed to make it,” Jayme Johnson said.
He said that he is able to give hours to all his employees and also got PPP loan.
She said that many of those customers have purchased gift cards to support the restaurant, as they have not been able to come in person.
“I want to thank everyone who really feels for small businesses and people have been very grateful and kind and nice. They have a big heart, especially David,” she said.