Productive and fun workplace with Poker and Live Music.
Hostess (Former Employee) – Woodstock, GA – December 9, 2013
A normal day would be to come in and put personal belongings away. Check to-do list complete that, meaning check bathrooms, clean all tables, roll sliver wear. When guests came in you would greet them with friendly and courteous customer service and typically ask how many and have them seated. As a hostess you were to rotate tables with all the girls serving that day. When we were slow we would run food to tables, help make to-go orders, and prepare salads.
I learned how to handle people a bit better, and to just go with the flow of business to keep up.
Co-workers were very nice, some were difficult to get along with but for the most part very nice and welcoming.
The hardest part of my job as a hostess was rotating tables, because the hostess has the most critical job in the restaurant, she/he makes the flow business stay a float.
The most enjoyable part of the job is the people and serving them, knowing that you made someone happy with customer service is a great feeling.