Pros: 30 min lunch breaks.
Cons: no raises, not much room for improvement.
A typical day at work consisted of getting ready for incoming business, this would be our main priority! I had to grab everything that was missing from the night before which included, B&B plates (Bread and Butter plates/ small and round), Forks, Knives, Spoons, Bread, Butter, Ice, Linen. After everything had been prepared properly, we had to light – more... candles to set the mood for the night, Check reservations to see if we had to set up for any large parties. Clean and reset tables, and after business was finished for the day, clean the back station for morning crew. Ive learned many things on the job, but most importantly would be maintaining the relationships with the guests/customers and other employees. Management was good, but you always have to be ready to take an order from them no matter what your doing at the time. To me the hardest part of the job was showing up on time, because I had a lot of things going on in my life at the time. The most enjoyable part of the job was seeing a productive week, happy staff, and happy customers. Nothing could be better then everyone getting what they want without much complaint. – less