My cafe was a very small one, but we had a lot of fun times and everyone was friends. My work days consisted of being on the line (where the food is made), then switching over to service/dish washing, then sometimes going back to the line. It was pretty slow there, so we all basically did everything and sometimes only had two people on the out working, one on the registers and one on the line. The person on the line would also run the food out. This only happened during the hours when it was very slow, around 3-4pm. The hardest part of the job was speedily making the food, keeping every order in the three minute window. The most enjoyable part, though, was getting to get acquainted with the regulars; the people who would come in nearly every day, order the same thing, sit in the same spot, that sort of thing. I was transferred to a much busier location after my cafe was shut down, to which my health could not take the hustle and bustle. Though it wasn't for me the second time around, I would recommend Panera Bread, especially because the schedule was always so flexible.