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Calling All Waiters! What do you think about Waiter Organizers/Wallets, etc? Have you heard of the Waiter Caddy? What do you use to organize your closed checks, orders, etc?

I have been a waiter for 8 years, and I have seen it all! We use whatever is lying around to stuff our cash, closed checks, and orders in.…

Started by Kat Degel

1 Jan 11, 2013
Reply by Jonathan Schneider

Why Are We Still Serving This Stuff?

Just saw this in USA Today: On the Extreme Eating Awards' list in the June issue of the public-interest center's Nutrition Action Healthl…

Started by Michael Biesemeyer

0 May 25, 2010

What Happens When The Lights Go Out?

I waited tables last night during a POS failure.  We had to hand-write everything, verify all cards by hand, and communicate our orders dir…

Started by Michael Biesemeyer

3 May 21, 2010
Reply by Paul Paz

Non-Operator

iPad for Waiters

I grabbed this off of Paul Paz's Facebook group, Waiter's World. He's always finding great stuff online.

Started by FohBoh

1 May 15, 2010
Reply by Jeffrey J Kingman

A question about iced tea

This question if for waiters/waitresses/servers on the topic of iced tea, specifically for establishments that do not serve sweat tea. Of t…

Started by Ken Coon

7 Mar 11, 2010
Reply by Laurie

Non-Operator

Dine & Dash: Is it legal to make waiters pay for them?

The article below notes the increase in "dine & dash" incidents in food service as a result of the poor economy. Restaurants are trying…

Started by Paul Paz

13 Dec 22, 2009
Reply by Paul Green

Non-Operator

Big Tips

Treasure Coast Server Gets $50,000 Boat As Tip Woman Lost Boat In Hurricane Wilma http://www.wpbf.com November 8, 2008 http://www.wpbf.com/

Started by Paul Paz

7 Jun 25, 2009
Reply by Paul Paz

Non-Operator

Underground Restaurants - Threat to conventional dining out?

The artilce below is out of the UK but there are a number of underground restaurant opportunities springing up in the USA. Some voice the c…

Started by Paul Paz

1 May 16, 2009
Reply by Debra Straka

Non-Operator

"Still Waiting" (Oh no... the sequel !!!)

Still Waiting (Movie) This is the sequel to the 2005 original film Waiting. The Shenanigan’s crew starts a place next door called “Ta-Ta’s"…

Started by Paul Paz

0 Feb 21, 2009

Non-Operator

Waiter Rant - Steve Dublanica - Live Radio Broadcast - Tonight 7-730 PM Washington D.C..

This is terribly short notice but Steve Dublanica is appearing on a live radio show toniight out of Wasnington D.C.. Below is the link info…

Started by Paul Paz

0 Dec 19, 2008

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