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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.
There are parts of this book that are funny or interesting, but on the whole the author spends pages and pages analyzing himself and giving us his philosophies of life. Read morePublished 9 days ago by EMB
interesting to see the other side of restaurants. well written and humorous.Published 1 month ago by elcrawl
The real story here is the growth of the author. Interesting narrative of the hidden side of the restaurant business. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Karen Wind
Solid narrative writing, very readable, great casual pick up.Published 1 month ago by Sine Metu Designs
I love Steve's style of writing. Like many, I worked in the restaurant industry while an undergrad and relived those experiences thanks to his raw accounts of all-too-typical... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kate
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 2 months 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 2 months ago by Christopher D. Jones