I understand the whole idea of restaurants that charge a service fee on the dinner bill and that in most cases that fee is shared by workers. Some tourists decide whether or not to go to certain restaurants based on the service fee being charged or not. And I've also been told that not all restaurants share that fee.
In the U.S. wait staff is usually paid a low, low wage, and I always felt that the tip was to augment their earnings as well as recognize good service. So I'm wondering this: Does anyone know what the wages are for the wait staff at the restaurants in Aruba that charge a service fee vs. those that do not?