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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 […]
One of the difficulties of the frantic posting regimen I have taken upon myself is trying to come up with new and interesting things…
Why do bartenders, waiters and waitresses pay at tax rate so much higher than the fat cats pay on their millions?
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 […]
A bartender who steals from other bartenders has to be the lowest form of life.