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Restaurant Surcharge Complaint
The City accepts complaints about restaurants that add a surcharge to the cost of items on the menu.
Consumer protection laws prohibit restaurants from adding a surcharge to the cost of items listed on the menu unless those charges are clearly displayed in writing.
Make a complaint about a restaurant that adds a surcharge.
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