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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 look at the other side of dining out. Be sure to leave a good tip for good service.Published 22 hours ago by Connie
Terrific read, brought back memories (or should I say "flashbacks") of working in the restaurant industry.Published 7 days ago by Theresa O'Connell
Interesting and often amusing read, but quite repetitive. I enjoyed the lists of do's and dont's at the end.Published 7 days ago by musicmaker
I read this on a lark, fitting it in between a more serious read. But it ended up being a more fun read and therefore I spent more time on it than the other book. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Timothmcg
A fun way to learn more about the inner workings of a restaurant which most of us normally experience only from the other side of the equation. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Lyly
I could have stood to read several more chapters of this. As someone who's never waited tables, it's made me think more about what servers go through in restaurants and it's a book... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Kate
Too much life philosophy and not enough juicy stories about being a waiter.Published 16 days ago by JoshDiaz
Having worked in a restaurant myself, I thought this would be interesting and even fun to read, but it was one long rant that went on too long.Published 22 days ago by robin martinez
I waitressed for years so can totally get what he's saying in this book. Lol. This guy gives you the good, the bad, and the funny as he writes about his waiter jobs. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Melody Ann