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Every waiter or waitress will have stories to tell about good and bad customers and tips, but there's even more than that.
IN THE END, however, despite my disagreement with the author on money issues among other things, the reason this book gets one star is because it was just boring.
I myself have had jobs just like this and can say that it's nice to read about something not only I can relate to but that puts a comical spin on it.
A man's journey of being a waiter in a high class restaurant. It is well written, insightful and a page turner.Published 8 days ago by John G. Whitacre
i really liked the idea behind this book. Not as good as Hotel Confidential but worth a look.Published 26 days ago by Maria M
A good read about the life of your server and the life of a restaurant.Published 1 month ago by constant reader
great fun and very interesting info about what waiters go through.Published 1 month ago by Gilsom Safdeye
Informative about wait work, and insightful about relationships and the author's own psyche. I was drawn in to the lives of Steve and those with whom he worked by his unexpectedly... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sushytoo
Scarily accurate. Also a nice validation for those that work in the fine dining sphere. Written in a friendly manner, quick, easy read.Published 2 months ago by Jolene M. Koch
After two chapters threw the book away. Why do writers have to use such profanity. Lack of vocabulary I guess.Published 2 months ago by James Maxwell
This author gives an excellent behind-the-scenes view of a head waiter's life at a "high class" New York Italian restaurant. Read morePublished 2 months ago by D. B.