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seafood seafood seafood
Executive Chef (Former Employee), Wellington, FLOctober 17, 2013
one of the best seafood corporate company's in the country.
I learned more than I ever expected.
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Excellent job to have while in school
Server (Former Employee), Cincinnati, OHSeptember 24, 2013
I endured 3 different corporate owners while working for this company. It had a little bit of an identity crisis while I was there, but other than that. Great food, great people, and I am left with only great memories.
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Good Tips. Bad Job
Hostess (Former Employee), ClaremontAugust 30, 2013
Pros: cheap food.
Cons: terrible environment
The managers are cryptic to say the least. If you are hired as a host, you'll die as a host. No advancement, no matter how talented. You will work doubles with out being signed up for them, so cancel your plans. And the co-workers are very catty. The job is pretty easy, you just have to deal with disgruntled employees
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High Energy and great people
Manager (Former Employee), Allentown, PAAugust 26, 2013
Buca is a fun place to work the people are the best, however the hours include all holidays and many night hours. Manager's "do it all here" ordering, inventory, cooking and customer care.
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Happy workplace
Hostess (Current Employee), Gretna, LAJuly 30, 2013
A typical day at work includes me getting to work on time and gretting guest. I would greet them with a warm friendly welcoming.
My co workers are great and friedly. The hardest part about my job is me leaving because I want to stay longer to get more hours.
I enjoy meeting new people and seeing new faces.
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Great place to work.
Kitchen Supervisor/Sauté Chef (Current Employee), Augusta, GAJuly 22, 2013
Pros: great food
Cons: not really any cons.
Great place to work. I come in make the prep sheets for each station. Make sure every station is ready for revenue. Check and make sure the cooks uniforms are clean and proper. I have learned FOH and BOH standard when dealing with guest. I work with fairly good co workers. I have no problems giving out orders and they are followed. The hardest part – more... of the job is when we are short staffed but at the same time i love it because i love a challenge. I love to interact with people and doing this job allows me to do that. – less
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I loved working for them.
Pantry Cook (Former Employee), Dallas, TXJuly 12, 2013
Everything I learned was at this place. everyday was fun. I did catering for them and worked very hard for them.
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Fun, Family-oriented restarant.
Various Positions (Current Employee), Claremont, CAJuly 1, 2013
Pros: free food and drinks and discounts.
Cons: company limits your hours
EVery day at Buca is fun and exciting. I've learned a great deal of lessons at Buca. Time management is one of them. Being the most important concept to grasp in the restaurant industry i've show my supeiors that i can manage a heavy and stressful work-load while still reaching my deadline. I'v learned every station that the restaurant has and it's – more... disciplined me to the point where I am very confident that I will never crack under pressure. The management at BUca is exceptional they go out of thier way to help you and meet your needs wether you are a customer or employee the feeling of family is given to all. The hardest part of the Job is not getting tired. since I have so many jobs and responsibilities and the fact that im human and not a machine I get tired, but that does not in no way shape or form affect my work output. The most enjoyable part of the job is just being there and working. The staff is fun and easy to get along with. – less
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very bad management
server (Current Employee), white marsh MDJuly 1, 2013
They need to get managers that have some education on running a restaurant.The place is so dirty right down to dishes the guest eat on. The food is very dry and nasty. I think everyone needs to go to Olive Garden!! At least there the managers no how to run the place and The prices are cheaper and a lot better food! GOOD LUCK BUCA DI BEPPO
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A good place to make money fast, but never advancement
Server (Current Employee), Maitland, FLJune 26, 2013
I enjoyed working for the company at first, but like all corporate restaurants, their employees are not their bottom lines. Many things were taken away from us in the course of 2 years. It's honestly the hardest I've ever worked, but the biggest payoff currently.
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Great Concept for family dining
Server and Bartender (Former Employee), Naples, FLJune 19, 2013
Pros: fun co workers great pay during season
Cons: tends to fall apart during maximum volme also high volume of management change
Learned a lot about family style Italian dining learned a lot about wines and paring them developed customer service skills and developed many guest and employee relationships. Strictly seasonal atmosphere very slow during off season high volume during season. co workers very friendly and fun to work with. Hardest part of job is handling multiple larger – more... tables at once. Enjoyed mostly the money during season and friendly co workers. Management tends to change frequently more "Family" like then professional like at times but overall OK – less
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Family friendly environment that was fun to work in.
Line Cook (Former Employee), Austin, TXMay 21, 2013
Pros: free food, awesome kitchen staff
Cons: weekly changing schedule
A typical day went by pretty fast. We would get to work early and leave late. We all worked well together and made the job fun. Everyone respected each other and were very professional.
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ok workplace
Hostess/Sales Coordinator (Former Employee), Mesquite, TXApril 27, 2013
•a typical day at work
•what you learned
•management
•your co-workers
•the hardest part of the job
•the most enjoyable part of the job
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Had alot of fun here
Server (Former Employee), Indianapolis, INApril 24, 2013
Great family restaurant, great food, good people, GREAT time.
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productive place, but a high work load from everybody.
Prep Cook/Utility/Pizza/Pantry/Busser (Former Employee), Pittsburgh, PAApril 18, 2013
Pros: free meals
Cons: management could of made better decisions
Very cool place to work. Some servers were snotty and management didn't do much about it. Other then that it was good pay.
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Family style dining
Server (Current Employee), Macon, GAApril 16, 2013
Pros: day shift
Cons: slow lunches
Ensured guest satisfaction in a caual dining restaurant. GUests ordered food that was meant to be shared as if they were dining at home.
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Fun place to work, nice families
Hostess- part-time evenings (Former Employee), Jacksonville, FLApril 11, 2013
A typical day at work consisted of me greeting people and logging them into the computer, figuring out what tables are ready to be sat by doing a table run, Giving a tour of the Kitchen/Restaurant. I Learned a good amount about Italian food. The Management was okay, could use a little help organizing. Hardest part of the job was holidays when we had – more... a ton of families that wanted to be sat at a specific time and couldn't understand why they couldn't be. The most enjoyable part of the job was the customer service I provided. – less
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Fun and stressfull all at the same time.
Cashier/Shift Supervisor (Former Employee), Reading PennsylvaniaApril 9, 2013
Pros: fun environment
Cons: not being able to have an off day, always having to be spot on.
A typical day was busy, busy busy. I learned alot about time management and organization. This job required thinking on your feet, dealing with customers yelling at you, reservations and ensuring tables were done and ready and problem solving skills. Management was great and very supportive. My coworkers were fun and helpful. The hardest part of my – more... job was the getting yelled at all the time by customers, but then it was enjoyable to seat them and them then coming out and saying thank you. – less
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authentic southern Italian food out of Minnesota
Managing Partner/GM (Former Employee), Campbell, CAApril 7, 2013
They have gone through many changes since I left . They were a family style restaurant that fed large portions. It was a fun place to work.
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Not to much structure and no leadership
Server (Current Employee), Las Vegas ExcaliberMarch 27, 2013
Pros: union/ benefits
Cons: no leadership, no advancement
There hasn't been a gm at this location in four months; therefore, it is slowly becoming chaotic to work there. Sometimes there isn't a manager on the floor during the day and at night there is only one most of the time- and there isn't any type of positive atmosphere created. The co-workers are the best aspect of the job as many of us were hired together – more... as original hires of this newer location. – less