Server Rants

The Reason Most Restaurant Servers Are Uninsured | Foodie Knowledge
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In a recent post I criticized Darden for attempting to avoid paying for health insurance for restaurant servers.  In a politically charged time like the one we

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How to Screw Over Obnoxious People | VICE United Kingdom
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Just because you’re waiting tables, doesn’t mean you have to put up with pricks.

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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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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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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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FIVE THINGS I’VE LEARNED FROM NOT WAITING TABLES FOR TWO WEEKS:
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1. People are actually pretty awesome! I’ve found this to be true every day I’ve lounged on the beach, just listening to my headphones, reading magazines, taking naps, speaking…

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Farewell Hooters
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Over four and half years ago, sitting in an orange vinyl booth with friends, I was offered a job at Hooters. At the time I was unemployed and while I needed a job, I took the Hooters offer because I figured it would be a good way to make money while I found something better.

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A tip for worker dignity
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I’ve been thinking about this for a while, but wasn’t sure how to write it in a way that didn’t make me look like a penny-pinching tightwad. Anyway, here we go. I pride myself in being a good tippe…

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The Bitter Busser Syndrome
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Medical science has no idea what I am talking about, but if you wait tables, for some time, it is an easy diagnostic: Working at a popular restaurant is a good thing if you are a waiter. Not so much if you are trying to become one.

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