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If you asked me what my favorite server blog was, I would answer without hesitation, “Life on a Cocktail Napkin.” If you asked me why, I would tell you to read this.
Bugs and viruses can be spread quite easily in a restaurant setting, we come in contact with food, beverages and other people all the time. Wash your hands!
The other night at my job, Chez Swanky™, it was just two of us on the floor, my good work-friend Mikey B and me. Things were pretty slow. Mikey B loves the biz and he’s pretty knowledgeable. With little to keep us busy except ogling the tumbleweeds roll through the dining rooms and watching the […]
Why do bartenders, waiters and waitresses pay at tax rate so much higher than the fat cats pay on their millions?
One of the difficulties of the frantic posting regimen I have taken upon myself is trying to come up with new and interesting things…
The bombing at the Boston Marathon was a senseless, disgraceful, cowardly attack on innocent people. But the quality of everyone’s response? . . .
Author and activist Saru Jayaraman signed copies of her controversial book, Behind the Kitchen Door last week during her appearance at the Central Library. I wish I had a dollar for every time I heard, during the years I was a server, a customer gripe: “If your employer would pay you a decent wage, I […]