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Italian Chophouse with great food and live entertainment.
Manager (Former Employee), Orlando, FLJanuary 20, 2013
The restaurant was in a recovery mode since being bought by a new owner. Service and food quality improved greatly. Lots of regular guests as well as convention visitors. The best part of the job was working with the staff and visiting with the guests. Confidence in the quality of the product was very satisfying. The only bad part of the job during service was when the kitchen got backed up and production times ran long. Being a scratch restaurant, this was unavoidable at times. Unfortunately, the restaurant was purchased again and closed by the most recent owner to make way for a new concept. My personal feeling about Tavistock as a company is that it is not a company that truly cares about the people who work for them. The turnover in management and chefs was an indication of this.
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fun place
Operation Assistant - Temp Position (Former Employee), Emeryville, CANovember 30, 2012
very fun, new place new people. very friendly and talented company.
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Busser (Current Employee), Providence, RINovember 8, 2012
Pros: 50% reduced employee menu
Cons: hardly ever get a break, wages, shifts
I have only had this job a few months. The staff is friendly and gracious. The environment is sometimes hectic and crazy but its a restaurant, what else is there to expect? The pay isn't great and the scheduling is less than par. Inconsistency in shifts.