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fun place to work
Certified Trainer, Waitress (Current Employee), Houston, TXApril 2, 2014
fun place to work but can be stressful. the customers can be a bit much. the staff is always fun.
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Fun work environment
SERVER/BARTENDER (Current Employee), Jackson MSMarch 29, 2014
Pros: employee discounts, flexible scheduling
Cons: benefits, advancement possiblilites, favortisim
Mostly worked lunches during the week. I enjoy working her but there isn't any chance of advancement
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Nice place to work if you need extra money
Hostess (Former Employee), San Antonio, TXMarch 24, 2014
Pros: half off all food & merch
Cons: no breaks, a-hole customers
I enjoyed working here for a while, but after a while the hype dyed down. Dealing with rude, perverted customers was not my favorite part of the job, that's for sure. The managers are great for the most part, except when they would be having a "bad day" and take it out on everyone. The girls weren't the most pleasant all the time, but there were several – more... I really liked. – less
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Manager (Former Employee), LouisianaMarch 7, 2014
Pros: great concept
Cons: promises were made but not delivered once, twice, three times.
Management duties foh/boh, trained staff, hiried staff, follow all policies and procedures, mentored other managers.

Commuted 1 hr each way to and from work was the hardest.
Guest interaction and satisfaction was the best part of the job.
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Fun and exciting place to work
Server (Current Employee), Charlotte, NCFebruary 25, 2014
I love this place and its management. It has a lot of opportunities but I do not see myself in this environment in the future. Just a great place to make fast serving money for college.
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busy work place a lot of fun lots of networking
cook/dishwasher (Former Employee), Concord, NCJanuary 28, 2014
the atmosphere is wonderful great managers the thing that keeps me going was the hard work i put in so it was motivation for me..
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Great clientele
Server (Former Employee), Broomfield, COSeptember 3, 2013
Pros: learned bartending and serving skills, met fun people
Cons: bad management, ridiculous standards, not a good balance of work and personal life
You would get here about an hour before opening for a shift meeting. Management was awful. Whoever trained these managers needs a training course themselves. 2 out of 5 managers were friendly. Coworkers depended on the person. When you put that much estrogen in one place, it can get difficult. The hardest part of the job was adhering to these absolutely – more... ridiculous sexist standards they had for you. The most enjoyable part was having fun customers, a few fun coworkers and being able to watch sports and enjoy hanging out at work. – less
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A super fun environment with awesome people and awesome food
WAITRESS/BARTENDER/HOSTESS (Former Employee), Houston, TexasJuly 25, 2013
I LOVED working here. Every day I would go to work, have fun, take care of customers, and make some money. I learned almost everything there is to know about the restaurant industry, and also had the opportunity to be a corporate trainer and travel to train new employees at new restaurants. The managers were always so much fun, and there was never a – more... dull moment at work. My coworkers were fantastic as well, always making me happy and making the work day easier. The hardest part was dealing with unhappy customers, but it was never anything I couldn't handle. – less
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Its a fun Place to work. There are a lot of differnt people you will meet. the wait staff is great.
Line Cook (Current Employee), Atlanta, GAJune 4, 2013
Pros: the girls/ wait staff are great and so are the cooks. they make the job worth going to.
Cons: no breaks are technicly aloud. poor management
Management is poor and sexist toward female cooks. There isn't any advancement raises in the kitchen unless you're a man or Mexican. They have taken away the kitchen manager position. The hardest part of the job is the lunch and dinner rush and dealing with certain mangers that don't care about their employees and lead line cooks that can't cook or – more... lead and only have there position because they play the politics well. – less
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fun enviroment
Waitress (Former Employee), Albuquerque, NMMay 30, 2013
Pros: discounted lunches
Cons: too short of breaks
Responsible for providing great customer service, memorizing the food and drink menus, taking orders using ALOHA, and up selling.
With this job i learned that you have to be really patient with the customers. The management was very strict here. you always had to look a certain way all the time in order to work here. There was no hard part of this job. – more... for the most part this job was really easy. I really enjoyed sitting down and talking with the customers – less
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Fun work place and always meet new people
Hostess/Server (Current Employee), Tulsa, OKMay 21, 2013
I seat people, answer the phone, help run food and watch for any customers in need.
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Great Job, Needs Improvements
Server (Former Employee), San Antonio, TXApril 3, 2013
Pros: tips, customers, fun
Cons: management, hours
I loved the job and there was always something exciting to do for a promo, etc. The management was not well maintained which caused a bad work environment.
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Overall, Twin Peaks is an awesome place to work. It's good money, good company, and in a great location.
Bartender (Current Employee), Brentwood, TNJanuary 22, 2013
Pros: no sidework, flexible schedule, early closing time, fun environment to work in, ranking system
Cons: inconsistent rules, management picks favorites
Becoming a Twin Peaks Girl over the past year has been a great experience. I was hired on as a bartender before the store in Brentwood opened, so going through a grand opening of a restaurant was very enlightening. It took a few months to be running smoothly and for all the kinks to get worked out, but patience pays off. The environment of the restaurant – more... is very fun and welcoming, but working with a staff of all females can get exhausting. Drama drama drama, whining, crying, complaining. The best part of this job is probably meeting so many new people and making new connections. If it weren't for the customers that come to my bar on a regular basis (excluding the creeps) I would not still be a twin peaks girl. – less
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Great job.
Fry Cook (Former Employee), Hood River, ORDecember 31, 2012
Pros: cooking and the people
Cons: no benifits
was a fry cook and cashier, love working with the public.
The people I worked with and for were great. but no benifits.

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