Questions and Answers about Alamo Drafthouse Cinema

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Alamo Drafthouse Cinema.

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Honestly I feel proud. It was awesome to be a part of that particular culture and the culture surrounding the industry itself. I never had a problem with the job or the management so I can't speak for those who have, only to say that it is what you put into it that you will get back out. The experience I had during the years I was a part of the team was something that I am immensely grateful for and have no problem sharing with others.


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Not worth working there.

Answered - Server (Former Employee) - Springfield, MO

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I have no problems telling them

Answered - Kitchen Line Cook (Former Employee) - Ashburn, VA

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The fact that I would go back at any time tells you how much of a great job it was but there was just some things personally that I'd wanted to take a break

Answered - Server Support (Former Employee) - San Antonio, TX

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I always recommend my friends to work here

Answered - Food Server (Current Employee) - Ashburn, VA

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Good, it's still a phenomenal concept and very fresh of an idea!

Answered - Server (Former Employee) - Yonkers, NY

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I feel great, I loved working there and it was a great job to have for awhile, but you can barely scrape by after paying bills.

Answered - Food Runner and Concierge (Former Employee) - Houston, TX

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