I mean, have you ever worked in the restaurant industry? Then I'm sure you know what I'm talking about. You're overworked and underpaid, understaffed and over-sat, you need to rely on tips because of the disgustingly low wages, so you can't rely on your paycheques, and you never know what your hours are going to be like. If you're a server, they'll keep you just below "full time" so that you'll never get benefits. You'll be forced to come in early to set up your section and to stay late to cash out, but you won't be paid for that time. You'll have to pay for your own server clothes, and you'll be under a lot of scrutiny for your work despite the lower-than-minimum wages. You'll need to tip out a percentage of your sales regardless of whether you even get a tip from a table, so it's always a risk. You can literally be one of the best servers they have, but they likely won't really appreciate you for it (unless you're super lucky and have a good manager, which are few and far between).
Enjoyable place to work, very welcoming management team and coworkers. Fun but still professional work environment, room for being promoted into different job positions. Employees are recognized by management team when they are doing well in there position and there are many different Keg employee appreciation events. The hardest part of the job is definitely how busy it can get during weekends, or holidays but The Keg's employees all work together to make the busy nights go by smoothly. Everything is enjoyable when working at The Keg.