I wore a black long sleeve, black pants, and black shoes. Pretty much all black. Better to dress the part as if you're already part of the team.
I wore a black button up collared shirt, black dress pants, black socks, and black shoes not realizing I went to my interview in uniform. Lol
Buisness casual. But they except everypne. Wear what you have. Dont buy any new clothes.
Dress clothes please .
I think what you would wear on an average day would be appropriate, as long as you do not wear anything revealing (tight fitting/ low cut) and you should wear closed toed shoes.
Answered - Server (Former Employee) - Tampa, FL
Answered - Hostess/Food Prep (Former Employee) - Roanoke, VA
It does not matter they hire everyone and anyone
Answered - Take Out Specialist (Former Employee) - Methuen, MA
Dress up. no jeans
Answered - Hostess and To-Go Specialist (Current Employee) - Broken Arrow, OK
Not jeans, but dark pants and a button up shirt. business casual
Answered - host/server/togo (Former Employee) - Tempe, AZ
A nice collared shirt and jeans with no holes or tear.
Answered - Line Cook (Former Employee) - Burlington, NC 27215