Server (Current Employee) – Robinson Township, PA – August 14, 2017
I have worked here for a couple years now and I really like it. The only things I don't like is sometimes the management is hard to deal with. The only reason I say this is because of over staffing the floor plan and lack of communication at times.
Greeter (Former Employee) – Duluth, GA – August 13, 2017
Weekdays are pretty slow. Friday-Sunday the place gets really busy. With Excessive wait times. Management really come together to solve issues with large problems in sitting and kitchen malfunctions and back ups,
Hostess/Greeter - Part Time (Former Employee) – Kissimmee, FL – August 3, 2017
• Greet guests personally and by telephone • Provide appropriate seating arrangements • Set up Dining rooms and make reservation arrangements • Maintain clean and organized spaces including both interior and exterior of the restaurant
My time working there was filled with utter confusion. The workers were childish and did anything they wanted and the managers were the same. I never knew my schedule ahead of time and never received a break.
Server (Former Employee) – Woodbridge, NJ – July 27, 2017
I personally loved working for Bahama Breeze. I was young and never served before and they were so willing to teach me everything I needed to know. A lot of the people I worked with complained a lot only because they weren't willing to change their mindset. You are on your feet the whole time and without many breaks. We got to choose if we wanted breaks because breaks meant losing out on tables and money. I worked hard and made my guest feel as if they were on a vacation and it made my time very fun and worth it! There are people out there that don't tip, but don't get to upset over it because there are many people who do! It literally is what you make it. Work hard and reap the good benefits.
Fast pace, always moving, interaction with people, good tips
Chef Expeditor (Current Employee) – Kissimmee, FL – July 18, 2017
Great place to work at. Make sure you always come with your A game. No slackers won't survive.Management are awesome always trying to make staff better. If you like the restaurant business bahama breeze is a great place to work
Fun family style restaurant that's always changing
Bartender, Certified Trainer (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – July 6, 2017
Bahama Breeze is a very fun, upbeat restaurant that's always changing to keep food and drink menu up to date and recent to today's modern crowd. With the best happy hour in town, the environment at Bahama Breeze is always fun and we're always surrounded with an exciting crowd.
Management can be rude and some of the servers are too.
Host (Former Employee) – Newark, DE – July 3, 2017
I wouldn't recommend this place, disorganized and stressful. People talk down on you and give you a hard time and leave it up to you to figure everything out and get mad if you don't. I don't get paid enough for it. Also, they don't advance the people that should be advanced.
Server (Former Employee) – City of Sunrise, FL – July 1, 2017
The food is great and the atmosphere isnt half bad, but the largest downfall is the happy hour specials twice a day and the customer base that this restaurant brings in. There is no automatic gratuity for parties of any size. So during happy hour when our appetizers are half off and we have drink specials, we can get a walk-in party of 15 people or more, and there bill is only $120 and they leave a $6 tip, not to mention take up your whole section for and hour and a half. This job did not have a good income potential no matter how good of a server you are.
Customer base, two happy hour specials, and not enough opportunity for good money.
Line Cook (Former Employee) – Memphis, TN – June 29, 2017
Fun atmosphere, live music, open kitchen. Friendly staff. Attention to detail is really enforced. Safety is also harped on constantly. They do have a complete staff at all times, with two cooks on a station during peak business hours