Server (Former Employee) – Altamonte Springs, FL – January 18, 2018
Bahama Breeze takes it time to put together a very diverse menu, highlighting the different cuisines throughout the Caribbean. Its a very fun, tropical setting, where you get to serve, while enjoying relaxing island music.
Server (Current Employee) – Virginia Beach, VA – January 17, 2018
Management only cares about making money. Doesnt care about over staffing the floor, nor do they know when to properly cut back number of servers if slow. They will discount anything or take food off a check on a whim just to keep our guests "happy" so they don't complain even if they are completely rude & in the wrong. The type of guests that are attracted to our location aren't the tipping kind, so be prepared to go out of your way for nothing. $0 tip on a $100 check is a common thing.
sometimes we get to eat messed up dishes
little to no tips, rude guests, incompetent management
Server (Current Employee) – Newark, DE – January 4, 2018
Workplace culture is very diverse, many different options of food and drinks. Managers are always very understanding and helpful. Team members are always helpful to one another. Have learned the process of making a guests visit unique and special.
Greeter (Current Employee) – Gainesville, FL – January 4, 2018
This job would be okay if the managers didn't stress you out about everything. We get told to do whatever the guest wants and when we do exactly that, we get yelled at for it. They never want you to go on a wait which is fine, but you're also stressing out servers and overseating them which causes less than great service for the guests.
Line Cook (Former Employee) – Duluth, GA – December 4, 2017
Before leaving back to florida for personal reasons I was able to learn the sous chef side of the restaurant instead of a kitchen manager which people in the profession know the difference great staff and and great working in a scratch kitchen
Culinary Manager (Current Employee) – Virginia Beach, VA – November 27, 2017
Good place to work great company to work for. Good location, good products, and a great number of resources available. Restaurant is still seeking to find its place in the market outside of summer season.
Virginia Beach - Trainer (Current Employee) – Virginia – November 2, 2017
Been working here for three years now and Its sad to say but it really is a dead end job that's been taken over by corporate America. Management is more worried about bonus and how to save a buck then trying to take care of the guests. Even got to the point where the regional manger said he would never allow anyone who was in the Front of the house a raise. regardless of the expected world load being greater then any other employee present.
none they think 50% of is a big benifit but really its a spit in the face.
no advancement, poor management, bad regional leadership.