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productive and fun workplace
Hostess (Former Employee), Bessemer, ALSeptember 5, 2014
A typical day at work would be me opening and closing greeting the guest at the door and seating them. Setting the tables up taking the dishes to the kitchen cleaning the restrooms cleaning the windows sweeping the rugs near my host stand and keeping my host stand clean and always keeping a smile on my face. I loved my management they were the best – more... never not professional and always stayed on us so our store could be on top. my co workers were pretty good we always had fun making our guest laugh and serving them with the best service. the hardest part was trying to stay focus even if a guest may not be in the mood for our cheerful spirit. The most enjoyable part of my job was be able to try out all the food whenever we had something new on the menu and still having fun and working all at the same time. – less
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exciting work enviroment
Wait staff, Assistant Manager, Cashier (Former Employee), Beaumont, TXAugust 25, 2014
Pros: flexible hours
Cons: no healthcare
meeting different people, flexible to work ,easy going co-workers
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wasnt a bad job
Hostess (Former Employee), Salisbury, NCAugust 7, 2014
i learned how to truly talk and greet a customer, this was my first job and its good for a first job.
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Helpful Co-Workers
Wait Staff (Former Employee), West Des Moines, IAAugust 6, 2014
Was a very fast working environment. Great staff to work with. The most enjoyable part of my day was the interaction with customers.
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Team work and fun place to work
Cook/ Saute Bar (Former Employee), Delran, NJJuly 18, 2014
I did short order cooking and prep cooking too.I love the company and it work place
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Hostess (Former Employee), North Olmsted, OHJuly 15, 2014
Poor pay, no benefits, always working and no balance with life.
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fast pace food restaurant
Waitress (Former Employee), Garden City, KSJuly 2, 2014
Pros: 1/2 off when worked 25% when off the clock
Cons: too many people quiting and new hires no consitancy a lot of repetition
Was my first waitressing job. Taught me how to serve and use the computers to punch in orders. Taught me about food and allergies. The management was always changing and in the food industry there's always new hires so it's a lot of repeating. Co workers are the reason I loved working for Lone Star. I met some great people there who followed me to my – more... next waitressing job. – less
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Nice place good food
Server/ Host (Former Employee), Brighton, COJune 25, 2014
Nice place to work although working around the smell of food makes you really hungry. It has good food and keeps people coming back with its great servers that get real extensive training
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A fast pace and up beat employer
Hostess (Former Employee), Pearl, MSJune 11, 2014
Lone Star Steak House is a great and exciting place to work. The employees are helpful and encouraging. There is a great team effort put forth at Lone Star, I really enjoyed my time working there.
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Great place to work, good food, one of my favorite places
Server (Former Employee), CoronaJune 5, 2014
Pros: half off all meals, friendly environment
Cons: stressful during busy hours
Job was relatively easy when working not during lunch/dinner hours, however during those times the job as a host and a server are very stressful. During my time there I've learned how to accommodate guests in most aspects of being a host/server. My co-workers were always friendly and willing to lend a hand when needed. The hardest part of the job was – more... when during rush hours you have to keep focus and concentration on what you need to get done I.E (what the guests want at each table or seating the guests ASAP) because if someone got distracted for a second or two they would mess up somewhere. However the most enjoyable part was that every day i looked forward to work because of my managers and co-works were also my friends, as long I completed my work. – less
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Server (Current Employee), Niles, OHJune 4, 2014
Pros: people interaction
Cons: no benefits
I love working here it's just that I don't make enough money to support my family.
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College town upscale restaurant
SERVER (Former Employee), Carbondale, ILJune 4, 2014
Not tightly run. Busy restaurant but unfortunatly in a college town so tips are minimal. Workers have good work ethic. Management changes often
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Fun, restaurant environment
Assistant General Manager (Former Employee), Branson, MOMay 6, 2014
Pros: great benefits
Cons: long hours
Great place to work, great food, lots of fun. I learned a lot more about how different companies interacted.
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Productive work place bad building
Line Cook (Former Employee), Springfield, ILMarch 4, 2014
Pros: breaks
Cons: no raises or chance to be promoted
When I first started working for Lone Star it was a great experience. As time passed and management changes the building went down and so did work productivity that caused the business to close.
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High energy environment
WAITRESS (Former Employee), Johnstown, PAFebruary 16, 2014
Pros: discounted food
Cons: pay, stress
I was a waitress at Lone Star. It's a fast paced environment with little room for advancement. It could also be fairly stressful.
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Wonderful staff and good management
Line Cook (Former Employee), S. Portland, MEDecember 20, 2013
Pros: great working environment
Cons: never saw a pay raise in the year and half i worked there.
Straight out of high school I was handed a lot of important tasks. Helping open the restaurant in S. Portland and first crew member in the kitchen. Handling prep work, opening the line for lunch and being the only cook on watch for the lunch rush. Working the Expo, Saute and Grill area.
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Friendly atmosphere
Server/Bartender (Current Employee), Bridgeton, MONovember 5, 2013
Pros: 50 % off food, opportunities to meet new people
Cons: drama, inconsistent money
I went to work everyday knowing that I would get a smile when i walked in the door. I have quite a few regulars so if it wasn't from a team member it was certainly from someone that I met through Lone Star that I am very fond of. I find my job very easy. I enjoy the fast paced environment and the chance to meet new people. My managers are like family – more... to me, yet we all stay very professional at work. The hardest part of my job is staying out of the inevitable drama that occurs in restaurants. My way of avoiding it is to just stay behind the bar. That is my sanctuary. I put a smile on my face and move on. The most enjoyable part of my job is finding ways to improve someone else's day. I leave my problems at the door and focus on what I can do to make someone else smile. – less
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Waitress (Former Employee), Roanoke Rapids, NCOctober 21, 2013
Great Atmosphere and I loved the music! I learned a lot of information with working for the company. My schedule was very flexible.
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Server/Hostess (Former Employee), glenwood ave, raleigh,ncOctober 19, 2013
Pros: working with the different people (customers)
Cons: everything
the location i was at was horrible. the management carried drama, the employees carried drama, def. a place to work where you should keep to yourself. i am sure that it was just the location i worked at, which is now shut down.
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ok
Hostess, Server, Bartender, Shift Manager (Former Employee), Elizabethton, TNOctober 8, 2013
Pros: meals
Cons: long hours
Loved the customer, loved the employees, but as far as the corporate went not so good. They don't treat employees right.

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