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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.
I judged this book by its cover - it stood out! On a shelf at the library, surrounded by mundane food related books, it caught my eye. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Bookworm Smith
If you've worked in or around the restaurant or really in any service industry you will totally identify with this bookPublished 8 days ago by Christopher D. Jones
it was ok reading pretty accurate on everything a wait person deals withPublished 11 days ago by Linda L. Doyle
A must read for waiters and non waiters alike.
A realistic look into the restaurant business, its employees and it customers...
I found Steve through an interview with Ramit Sethi's Brain Trust program. During the interview he compared waiters to strippers and I was immediately hooked. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Eric A. Conley
This is a book for anyone that has a job dealing with or serving the public. The author says all of the things we've all thought at one time or another.Published 26 days ago by Andrea
I think if you worked in the business, or know someone who does you would like it.Published 27 days ago by Gigi OB