Cashier/Greeter - (Current Employee) – Dulles, VA – June 10, 2012
For greeters/host, a day would be greeting and seating guests as they come in. When it is slow, cleaning tables, running food, and/or cleaning area is usually done. Based upon weather and games on, you would stay for around 3 maybe 4 hours.
Cashier, a day would be taking to-go orders on the phone, walk-ins, and online orders. Some guests give tips, but not on a regular basis. You would have to bag your own orders. It can get very busy very quickly. There is no time for messing up orders.
Cook (Current Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – January 21, 2016
a typical day at work would be come to work prep food getting ready for the day .ive learned about working in a environment with a group of people i finally understand what it really means when they say fast past work at buffalo presentation was everything and customers always came first nomatter what.the management was amazing eveyone work as a team .the hardest part of the job was the cleaning up process because it took for to get done after it was time to go .the most enjoyable part of the day was actually coming to work and working with people that you actually like
Server (Former Employee) – Fredericksburg, VA – March 20, 2012
I liked being a server, but this particular restuarant treated their employees poorly. We paid for half of our food no matter what, No breaks, ask for time off and half the time only certain people would get it off. Never treated everyone faily.
no breaks, couldn't eat until certain times, no benifits, no room for advancement
Server/Bartender/Bar Management (Former Employee) – Anderson, IN – November 18, 2013
i loved my time with BWWs! i have so many great memories and met some of my life long friends through working there. i learned how to get through some of the most frantic moments in the food and beverage industry because of teamwork and communication with other co workers and managers. the hardest part of the job was the late night hours, tho they also made the job at the same time because of the "fourth meal" rush. i loved being able to network myself through some of the regulars and meeting new people.
laid back, sports bar environment, willing to work with your schedule
no insurance, long hours, very little to no breaks
Waitress (Former Employee) – Del City, OK – August 7, 2014
The Stillwater location was great, but I didn't enjoy working for the Del City location.The days here were always busy, but the money wasn't all the great. We were paid 2.13 an hour plus tips. Management was too bust trying to be your friend rather than run the restaurant. All of my co-workers were younger then me so it was difficult working through their immaturity at times. The hardest part of this was was getting stiffed at tables that you know you worked very well.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Panama City, FL – September 2, 2015
I was a cashier there. Taking orders over the phone and face-to-face. deliver food in a timely manner to customers. the whole atmosphere was great. there are big screen tv's every where and each tv was on some type of sport. which was great for me because i am a big football fan.