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A group for all waiters/servers who work on the frontline. What works for you? What gets you down? Share your hints, tips, advice, and gripes.
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"You have 36  members, surely there must be some exeptional ones, who should apply for the magazine award, and I am sure that if anyone needs some advice or if something if worring them, Please ask Paul or myself Giuseppe, Iam sure you will get…"
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http://welldonefillet.blogspot.com/
What best describes my company
Fine Dining
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Networking, Discovering new beers, Discovering new wines, Discovering new restaurants
Biography
I'm an Irish waiter and have been working in the biz for nearly 20 years. It's what I know and love........
Years in the Industry
19 heading into year 20

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The day J-Lo did the cleaning...

Posted on January 13, 2008 at 4:20pm 0 Comments

Morrissey said "Everyday is like Sunday." I hate to disagree with him but clearly the great one never worked in a restaurant. Working on a Sunday is just the worst. It's mainly the

drive to work, and the arriving to work, and the being at work, and the

customers at work. What I'm trying to say is that working on a Sunday

sucks the big one. I got up and opened the curtains, swore at the…
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At 4:45pm on January 16, 2008,
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Hi Well Done,
I see you put a link on your blog to us. You should definitely use your group invite link (invite menu) instead so you get automatic referral points when people sign up through that link. Just a thought. Have a great day, Fillet!
At 4:16pm on January 13, 2008, Well Done Fillet said…
Queenie! You joined! I've no idea what's going on......but what the hell
At 9:49am on January 13, 2008, Queen Of Clean said…
I'm up for a chat about throwing food at the punters....I'm a bit 'new' to all this networking stuff so slap me if I make a faux pas will you???
At 6:07pm on January 5, 2008, Well Done Fillet said…
Cheers Angela, I try and round up a few more.....
At 3:32pm on January 5, 2008, Angela DiMauro said…
Hi there and welcome to FohBoh. I think you're our first member from Ireland. Too cool!

You're now a 50k Club member so take a look at our Rewards program/

We're glad you joined and wish you a Happy New Year.

Angela
 
 
 

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