Christmas super-tipper hits Manhattan restaurants

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Bo’s Kitchen waiter Aruj Dhawan with this $1,000 tip

A BIG-HEARTED restaurant customer who signs his bills “Tips for Jesus” has hit Manhattan after giving thousands of dollars to waiters in a cross-country tipping spree.

The generous restaurant-goer left one lucky waiter at NoMad in the Flatiron District a $7,000 tip over the weekend, while another at The Smith near Lincoln Center got $3,500 and a waiter at Bo’s Kitchen in Chelsea raked in $1,000.

Bo’s waiter Aruj Dhawan said: “I was just really thankful.”

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