Pros: pros would be 50% off food, free if your training, benefits after a year
Cons: cons: it's a restaurant business, breaks are scarce, if possible at all on our busiest days
A typical day would be your general serving of customers, & upselling.
I've learned more about computer systems & to work at a faster pace in the restaurant business as well as more of alcoholic drinks & what goes in them. Manager is kept to a minimum, which is a good thing, because you don't want too many people telling you different things. The hardest – more... part would probably be accepting the fact that some people don't realize you only make $2.13 an hour & make your living off of tips. Complements are nice, but they don't pay the bills. The most enjoyable part is the food, the music, & the upbeat yet relaxed atmosphere. – less