Server Assistant (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – February 7, 2019
first off they expect you to learn way too much in like 3 days. if you don't learn it all management will come after you like crazy. the uniform policy is ridiculous too. they expect you to buy your own uniform as well as 57 dollar shoes. The management will treat you like a child if you even get one thing wrong. one of the kitchen managers will treat you like you don't know anything as well. the tips are okay but they will cut your hours a lot. not to mention some of the crew is very rude for no reason. long story short this job isn't worth your time.
Waitstaff (Current Employee) – Homewood, AL – January 29, 2019
It was a fun place to work but seemed to have gone down hill at the Homewood location. Was a great and popular place when it opened but the longer we were open the more it seemed to have gone down hill...
Line Cook (Former Employee) – Boulder, CO – December 6, 2018
Terrible compnay. Lies about giving hours. Says I am still working there but does not give me any hours or anything.or does not reach out to give me any information. Do not recommend working for this company. they also paid me less then others doing the same job as I = amount of work I also was doing because I was of younger age. I should take this court...
En el momento de la entrevista te ofrecen villas y castillas, pero al tener una semana nada era cierto, no dan horas suficientes pero en un día haces 13 horas cuando te necesitan y esas horas de trabajo sin comer, sin break, cuando no tienen horas te corren de manera poco profesional, te presionan, es el peor trabajo que he tenido en este país. Muchos empleados se van rápido, eso lo pueden ver los administradores, pero no buscan la causa.
Server (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – November 23, 2018
It’s a nice place to work. Good clientele. Sometimes you do have those slow days where you won’t make money. It’s more of a summer restaurant. But you can make money. Dinners are usually busier than lunch
Don’t open til 11am. Discounts at multiple restaurants
Server suport (Former Employee) – Boulder – November 15, 2018
Waste of time training for an experienced server/bartender. Management makes you feel incompetent, management hindering your job and learning experience.
Sample tacos in training
Pay, enviornment, insufficient trainers having no answers to basic menu questions and leading a negative example, minors eating at the expo line, servers throwing dishes at you while you unload bus tubs.
Hostess (Former Employee) – Port Chester, NY – November 13, 2018
The company frequently broke child labor laws while I was employed there. I personally was sexually harassed by management on a daily basis and I tried reporting this to the HR department on many occasions. Additionally, one manager was selling drugs to employees. First, HR stopped answering my emails and then notified me they couldn't validate my claims due to lack of reports against management. However, I provided sufficient evidence to validate my claims.
Food Runner (Former Employee) – Port Chester, NY – October 6, 2018
Workplace was okay, there was always something to look forward to every day, only because it was busy everyday of the week. I was a food runner and it was very stressful only cause there was a lot of running.
Server (Former Employee) – Nashville – October 3, 2018
the most pretentious management and colleagues ive ever worked with. They only hire you if you have a certain "look". Everyone especially management are completely full of themselves. The staff is incredibly clique, and will exclude newcomers for no reason at all. In order to advance in this company they are so contingent upon your "personality" being as vibrant and flamboyant as possible. you end up walking around with a fake botox looking smile for 12 hours a day making a clown of yourself just so management will like you. . WHAT THEY DO NOT TELL YOU IS EVERYONE WILL HAVE TO WORK AS SUPPORT STAFF BEFORE YOU BECOME A SERVER. Mind you I stepped into this company with a resume that showed over 3 years serving experience. Some people get promoted after 2 weeks even if they have no experience while i met people during my time at the Nashville location who had been there nearly two years working as a food runner while watching cute little blonde girls come in there, barely lift a finger for a week, schmooze and flirt with bosses and boom ...just...like that... they were promoted. BEWARE AS A SUPPORT STAFF THEY WILL TAKE COMPLETE ADVANTAGE OF YOU. YOU WILL WORK 12+ HOUR DAYS ONLY TO WAKE UP TO A MERE $60 TIP OUT. You'll then politely ask when you might be promoted to server only to have your manager pamper you with some puff piece nice words about "things you have to work on" while giving you absolutely zero estimate of when you can expect to be promoted. Basically whatever he needs to tell you to keep you hopeful simply so you'll stick around a couple more months and pick up trashymore... shifts cleaning up after his servers.less
cool patio, Pretty Clientele, Will look good on your resume
Line Cook/Prep Cook (Former Employee) – Raleigh, NC – September 20, 2018
management is definitely not where it needs to be, they can never get a truck on time, and they will lie to you about pay increases, Benefits and raises. Also the dishwashers get paid more then line cooks