Ok, so I know tipping is always a bone of contention here, but I have my own bad service/no tp story. Tell me if you think it was justified or not.
Last night the missus and I went to see the Rocky Horror Picture Show for our anniversary at Cinebarre. If you've never been to a Cinebarre, it's literally dinner and a movie.
The menu features food with movie themed names (for example, the chicken fingers we ordered were called Goldfingers, their personal pan pizzas are called Mystic Pizzas and so on), the waitress comes around and takes your order, and brings your food to your seat (there's a table so you're not balancing everything in your lap).
So anyway, we order some Goldfingers and an extra side of Blade Runners (french fries), and a couple of beers. We get the fingers, no fries, no beers. The beers come when we're half done with the food (but before the Time Warp), still no fries.
We told our waitress FOUR TIMES we were still waiting for our fries, plus we told TWO OTHER waitresses we still hadn't gotten our fries. Each time they assured us they'd get them for us.
By the time Riff Raff killed Frank and Rocky, we still had no fries, but they charged us for them. My wife (very nicely) explained that we never got our fries, hence, we weren't paying for them. We got the revised bill, and just paid the total. No tip.
I understand it was hectic, but they do RHPS twice a month, so she should be used to it. So due to asking for our fries six different times and never getting them, do you think we were right to not tip?