Server Speak: How Has Your Job Changed?

Deborah and Sharon Gallentine The Crafty Twins Red Wing Farmers Market Years in the business: 4 (at Farmers' Market) Sharon: I used to own a bakery, but decided to retire and do this. At first (after the market was closed to the public) we did it online, but sales were slow. People come to the market to see us. This location works (in a parking lot), but it was better when we were on the street.

Server Speak: How Has Your Job Changed?

Wally Joseph Musician (singer/guitar) Hope Breakfast Bar St. Paul Years in the business: "Since I was this high" My bookings have been great: 28 gigs in 30 days. Bigger bands can’t be booked, so I’m doing a lot of private parties and patios nonstop. I’m here (Hope Breakfast Bar) on the weekends and heading over to The Gnome at 6 (p.m.) I have been doing this since I was a kid and I’m now 42; my grandmother was an opera singer and my father was a jazz musician.

Server Speak: How Has Your Job Changed?

Josiah Horn Valet Piccadilly Valet JD Hoyt's Minneapolis Not much is different, except it’s mask, gloves, hand sanitizer every time we park a car. But people don't seem to be worried about us being in their cars, especially the ones who come to us. I'm sure there's a group of people who don't come here that might be concerned. 

 

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