California Restaurants Institute ‘Vomit Fees’ for Guests That Can’t Handle Bottomless Brunch

Californian brunch-goers will now face financial penalties should they choose to overdo it on the Mimosas.

Several restaurants across the Bay Area have instituted $50 “vomit fees” for any patron who overindulges and gets sick on the premises. The fees come in response to a multitude of San Francisco-area restaurants reporting an uptick in the number of guests in their early to mid-20s getting too drunk and tossing their cookies — sometimes right there on the table.

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