Very very busy, always on the go, it was a job that reqired me to keep up on everything I had to do. I had to keep everything cleaned up so the cooks and kitchen staff had what they needed. I learned if you fell behind you were behind the rest of the day. I worked with many managers throughout the years, some were enjoyable to work with and some weren't, some knew there job well but others didn't, all around it was enjoyable and interesting both. As far as the workplace culture, it changed a lot through the years, sometimes good and sometimes not. The hardest part of the job was when other coworkers could not make it into work and you had to do your work plus theirs if management could not find a replacement for them. The most enjoyable part of the job was some of the good customers I had and some of the friends I made at work.
Free lunches, good benefits
long driving time to work especially during winter months