Typical day at work would be getting to work about 15 min early to fill out our "shift guides" (small guides that help us with what is going on in the restaurant for the night; selling, 86'd, 68'd, etc.) Then about 5 min before the shift begins management goes over the shift guide in general to also let us know any changes in the work place. Each server is assigned a certain section of tables and a sidework that must be completed when your shift is over and before you leave. Equal rotation is given to the servers so they can get the same amount of tables, server goes over, takes orders, brings drinks, etc. The coworkers at the 99 are very helpful toward on another; they realize things can get a little crazy and when ever one has a little more time than the other, they help each other out. Management at the 99 is also very helpful and understanding not only toward their employees but toward the customers as well. Hardest part would be keeping up when it gets busy, most enjoyable would be the help we receive from one another and having a customer leave completely satisfied.