Pros: free lunches, dinners, long breaks, fun atmosphere.
Cons: no healthcare, mostly part-time, sometimes no work for long periods of time.
You set tables, polish silverware and glass, serve food and drinks and break everything down. Its pretty much as easy and as complicated as that. Most of the management are great to work for though some can be a bit harsh where they needn't be. The hardest part of the job its lifting heavy trays, you really have to have a strong back and good balance – more... for this. You get to meet a lot of interesting people, whether it be your co-workers or your guests. Its a fun job, sometimes your breaks can be really long, and you get fed! – less