Introducing Waiters Today As I approach my second year of writing this blog, I am pretty impressed with the quality of the server blogs on the web. I think t
I am about to violate one of the most basic rules of marketing and give you an insider’s look at the world of self-publishing in the digital age. I probab
A new study has found that demanding jobs offering employees little control are among the most detrimental to mental and physical health.
Some of the most common questions I receive from friends are regarding upcoming server job interviews. They want to know what questions to expect and the be
Sometimes you live in a big city and the time you have to wait to get into middle and upper management can take a long time to happen. The competition is fierce and a lot of the time you spend looking around for that one opportunity.
I was searching around the internet and came across a restaurant in downtown Toronto that the average price for a couple to eat there was $250. Now this restaurant is located in a very expensive part of Toronto but $125 a person is to me quite a lot plus your tip afterward. But when I […]
Transitioning from a restaurant manager to a restaurant server was one of the more surreal experiences of my career. I knew in advance it would take time to a
Lost your corkscrew? Instead of waiting for the princess who found it, you can also use some DIY-materials and other creative ways :D
“They left me 15% and I didn’t even charge them for their drinks” –Rookie Server One of the fundamental truths you learn as a server is that hooking