Pros: 50% off meals when you can actually eat, free select drinks, being on your feet all the time is like a free little workout
Cons: expensive healthcare, on your feet all the time, no breaks unless ur lucky enough, and tips range like dramatically.
When you get regulars in it pretty cool to get to know the people that come in often. The management is ok, they lay down rules such as its a non-smoking environment but the manager smokes in the back. Also no cell phones but no one really listens to it, they just keep it hidden. But if the manager catches you he tells you to put it away but he can be on their phone all they want, and snack on any food when they want. They also tell people not to let personal stuff to come into the work place but they do...often and take it out on us. I've never been a server before so it's a good way to learn the business but then they don't cut you any slack when your still messing up a month or two after training they make you feel dumb. Also employees would constantly fight about rolling silverware, and seat themselves more than others.