It seems as though the restaurant industry is pushing for a higher percentage as the standard for tipping when you want to go out to eat.

According to Fox New York, some places in New York City are already hopping on this bandwagon.

A trend appears to be emerging at eateries in New York City where patrons are upping the amount they tip for better service.

Consumer experts told the N.Y. Post that suggested gratuities that run 25-30 percent are becoming more common on restaurant bills.

A lot of people think this is ridiculous. According to most, some servers aren't even worthy of the "normal" twenty percent tip sometimes. What do you think? Take our poll below.