Service

Profiling your guests – Why you shouldn’t | How To Be A Good Server Blog
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Ever heard the saying “never judge a book by it’s cover”? Well this also applies to serving tables. Check out this story and you will think differently.

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The Wife Knew it Was Coming
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Last week she brought her cheque home and it was handwritten. Then on Saturday they were running out of Shiraz and she says we need to get more.

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The Meaning of Hospitality | Tips For Improving Your TipsTips For Improving Your Tips
www.tipssquared.com

This is not a story I tell very often because I have been known to get a little choked up from telling it.  It happened nearly twenty years ago, but it sti

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No Drinks = Bad Service
www.chow.com

Dear Helena, Last Saturday I went to a new pizza place and it was packed. The waiter asked if we wanted drinks and we said, No, just tap water. When

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Job Hunting: Questions To Ask | Tips For Improving Your TipsTips For Improving Your Tips
www.tipssquared.com

The start of the year is always a time of transition. Most servers are in their best financial situation of the year after coming out of the holiday season.

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When restaurant customers become a pain in the ass
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Some restaurants really don’t want to do it your way. Like many former restaurant servers, I have a lot of memories of customers who were almost too impossibly difficult to deal with.

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The “How To” Series- Server Skills | Tips For Improving Your TipsTips For Improving Your Tips
www.tipssquared.com

Before there was The Hospitality Formula Network, or even my original blog on serving, there was draft of what would become Tips2: Tips For Improving Your T

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Thou shalt not skip the tip! Five reasons I hate waiting on church tables
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The Internet is on fire with photos, memes and commentary about yet another f*cked up note left on a…

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Why Being a Former Server Can Ruin the Dining-Out Experience
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A writer reflects on how her years of restaurant service continue to give her a unique perspective when dining out.

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