New York, NY
When the East Village pizzeria opens its doors (any day now, apparently!), it'll join Dirt Candy in New York's small-but-vocal "no-tipping" club, according to this tweet from DC's owner Amanda Cohen.
The Oakland outpost had every intention of moving forward with its wave-making tip-waive system, until the city passed Measure FF in late 2014. On the upside, the law raises Oakland's minimum wage to $12.25 ($5 more than the federal mandate), but on the downside, FF "has some language in it that would prevent us from distributing the money that way," wrote owner Allison Hopelain to me in an email. "This will likely just force us [to find a solution] sooner," she wrote. And she has: on January 31st, 2015, Camino will bump its menu prices and abolish tipping altogether.