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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 remember stumbling onto The Waiter Rant blog several years ago and getting a kick out of it. Steve Dublanica is a nice writer and a great observer of human nature. Read morePublished 1 hour ago by S. Ryan
This book was so good, and so well written, that I laughed so hard at times I almost wet myself! I can relate to many of the scenarios, in terms of "been there, done that", and in... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
Very well done. Gives the perspective of the waiter in the trenches and service staff everywhere.Published 5 days ago by Toto
I really expected more from this book. Sure, there are some nuggets of information about how not to tick off your server or cause him/her to have a nervous breakdown, but most of... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Selenelucina
The book was an easy read. Humorous at times. Sad at times. Reminds me why I quit working in the restaurant business many, many years ago.Published 7 days ago by Stephanie C Quinn
Great book, and oh so true. Believe me, I know from personal experience. Definitely entertains. I can't wait to read more of his work.Published 8 days ago by Amazon Customer
As someone who eats out often, I enjoyed the insider information that this veteran waiter dished. Bad customers, bad owners and bad food were hazards that he was forced to navigate... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Elizabeth Anderson
if your are a server or bartender or work in a restaurant in general read this book! it's the life of a server to a t! Read morePublished 11 days ago by Samantha Ayala