Server (Former Employee) – Parsippany, NJ – August 16, 2017
Longhorn is a difficult serving job with a difficult clientele-everybody is picky and wants their bread and salad in a timely manner. There is a lot of sidework too. However, the corporate structure allows you to comp a lot of food for your tables and to not get taken advantage of at work.
Cocinero de Preparacíon/Linea (Current Employee) – Mayagüez, PR – August 15, 2017
I am a prep cook at Longhorn Steakhouse. The first thing In the morning , l do set up all the area in the kitchen. After that count all the item that was used the night before., then l start prepping what I need for that day, enjoy but low pay.
Cook/Utility (Current Employee) – Fargo, ND – August 13, 2017
Make salads and prep for next day meals. Help set up line and prepare all side items for customers. Work fryer station.( break apart, clean, prepare new grease, put fryer back together) Santize my work area daily. Sweep scrub and mop floors.
WAITRESS (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – August 9, 2017
My overall working experience at Longhorn Steakhouse could be described as very hectic. I did love everyone I worked with; however, my managers were judgmental, unorganized and lazy. Many times I would get scheduled during school and not being able to make it to work I'd be penalized and not receive as many hours the following week. Working dinner shifts during the evening it got extremely busy, management would be so overwhelmed and unorganized that it would start effecting the whole restaurant. The attitudes, the atmosphere. It became a very negative environment and I knew it'd be best for me if I was in a better work environment.
Server (Current Employee) – Naples, FL – August 9, 2017
A great paycheck if you are favored. Fun environment to work in and the benefits are great. Management doesn't seem to care a whole lot about staff. Although, the hardest part of the job is dealing with rude people which, you find anywhere.
Longhorns is a nice place to work with a nice culture, friendly people and helping managers!
Line Cook (Current Employee) – Hialeah, FL – August 9, 2017
I like working at longhorns, I enjoy the environment. People are helpful and not disrespectful! The food Taste great! I would love to keep working more hours for them, but I'm also looking for a more clean environment!
Certified Trainer/Server (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – August 9, 2017
Longhorn Steakhouse is a great place to make money serving tables! It's a great atmosphere and high volume restaurant, most servers make really good money. Management can be strict but they're all really nice.
Easy flexible schedule, easy to request off, discount on food
Server Assistant (Current Employee) – Solon, OH – August 9, 2017
Management needs improvement. Favoritism has to be stopped. Have to come in for ur shift even if ur sick it unless ur shift is covered. Too much personal business discussed between emploees. Too much llaziness from empliyees. Pawing off work on other employees.
Server (Former Employee) – Auburn, AL – August 7, 2017
Maximizes guest experiences by providing individualized attention, quality customer service, and troubleshooting customer concerns. Effectively communicates orders and collaborates with team members while recording allergies, dietary restrictions and additional specialized requests. Surpasses quality standards and maintains well-kept dining areas.
Server (Current Employee) – Mansfield, MA – August 7, 2017
My coworkers and managers are great to work with. The managers, overall, do all they could to help in each situation. The guests that come in are great to serve and receive excellent service from me, no matter who they are. I do not feel any discomfort while I am there. It isn't fun when guests are upset with me due to things that are out of my hand but it is fun making them satisfied with my service.