This establishment is the best I have worked for. They have a great mentality towards their employees and guest. The core of their menu stays the same, but the "seasonal" items are always changing. They are always looking for new ways to connect, and engage employees.
Once on staff you get a long and informative training process that, when finished, leaves you confident to assist guest and interact with fellow co-workers. Like many restaurants you have to work long hours and mostly weekends.
In towns, or cities with college students there is a higher turn over as students are always graduating and moving forward. If in a town or city of more matured residents the staff stays employed within the company for lengthy periods. They give opportunities to proven employees, a chance at advancement.
The best part of the job (in my opinion) are the fellow co-workers. The alleyway of a restaurant is always full of laughter, and intelligent, hard working people.
Chance of advancement, People
Short breaks, Long Hours