New Restaurant CIRCADIA will not accept tips or service charge

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In partnership with employees, Seattle’s newest entrée into refined dining creates an environment where guests do not have to tip for excellent service

CIRCADIA, a new, luxurious dining experience opening in Seattle on November 19, will not accept tips or offer a service charge to their guests. The restaurant provides guests with refined dining and personalized, seamless high-end hospitable service.

“We believe guests should not pay twice for great service,” said Jeanie Inglis, who owns CIRCADIA along with her husband Jake Kosseff.

CIRCADIA’s team consists of employees who have made giving excellent service their career, who truly enjoy the heart of hospitality, and who do not expect to be tipped simply for doing what they are passionate about.

“Each employee is integral to our service program, from the beverage director to chef to the dishwasher,” added Inglis. “Each person plays an important role in ensuring a seamless guest experience, and we believe it is absolutely the owners’ responsibility of keeping their employees happy. At the end of the day, happy employees deliver better guest experiences, and the guest is the entire reason why CIRCADIA exists.”

Inglis and Kosseff know happy employees take better care of guests, and have made employee well-being top priority at the restaurant.

CIRCADIA officially opens Saturday, November 19, but also has pre-opening events happening the week of November 14 – 18. People interested in making reservations for November 19 and beyond may call the reservations line at 206-486-6428 or email dine@circadiaseattle.com. Those interested in pre-opening events can view them at www.circadiaseattle.com/pre-opening. You can follow CIRCADIA on FacebookTwitter & Instagram for more information.

 

About CIRCADIA

CIRCADIA is the latest culinary project of husband and wife team Jake Kosseff and Jeanie Inglis, whose extensive combined experience in the hospitality, design and luxury brand development industries results in a unique and innovative restaurant endeavor. Combining modern sophistication and 1930’s Hollywood Regency-style elegance with an unpretentious and welcoming spirit, CIRCADIA creates a memorable dining experience unmatched in the region.

Written by Charles

Charles Koh founded EatSeattle, and has continued to use his expertise as editor-in-chief to guide the website’s growth over the last five years. Koh’s experience focuses on digital marketing and social media, and has been a part of several companies, some of which he created, specializing in both areas over the course of his career. Koh was previously with Google and Zagat where he helped expand and grow communities worldwide.

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