Working at Huddle House was an okay situation. A typical day at Huddle House included (server): Clock in, count your drawer (always at $200.00 and not a penny over), check to make sure you have all the supplies you need for the day and, if needed, stock them, Great customers, escort them to their table, ask their drink orders, bring them drinks and take food order (when they are ready). Put order into computer and alert the cook(s) that their is a ticket. Take food to table. At end of day, make sure all things are stocked for next shift, and count down drawer for the end of day/next shift to begin. Drop all excess(cash owed) into safe. Prepare all things needed (salads, salad dressing, to go cups, and things of the sort) for next day/shift. The most enjoyable things I have seen while working at Huddle House are the customers smiles when they are happy and satisfied with their food. The hardest part of my job is handling the customers that do not want to be happy, mad because of silly things such as their cup was not filled all the way to the rim. The management was okay. My co-workers were okay. I learned how to handle customers more effectively while working at Huddle House.