Server Speak: What Do You Wish Your Customers Knew?

Travis Kath Position: Bartender Years in the industry: 15  Amsterdam Bar, St. Paul The benefits of the timeliness of your order. I’m more than willing to answer your questions, but please don’t make me stand there.

Server Speak: What Do You Wish Your Customers Knew?

Jordyn Wick Position: Server Years in the industry: 2  Brit’s Pub, Minneapolis If you want ranch, ask for it first. Fun fact about here: It takes like a city block to go get your ranch.

Server Speak: What Do You Wish Your Customers Knew?

Mari Ojeda Position: Bartender Years in the industry: 1  Burger Moe’s, St. Paul When we’re busy people get impatient. They think we’re ignoring their table, but we’re working our butts off and it’s hard to convey that. 

Server Speak: What Do You Wish Your Customers Knew?

Jessie Whitaker Position: Supervisor/bartender/server Years in the industry: 14-15  The Depot Tavern, Minneapolis I don’t make the rules.

Server Speak: What Do You Wish Your Customers Knew?

Daniel Hermanson/Matt Sairio Position: Bartenders Years in the industry: 4 and 10 Marin, Minneapolis Restaurant workers actually do really care about our work. A lot of people assume this is a side gig and don’t think we take pride in what we do, but that’s not true.

 

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