Server Speak: What’s the Best Part of Your Job; Worst Part?

Sean Johnston General Manager Years in the industry: 13 New Bohemia, Roseville This is my first experience FOH. I was a cook for 12 years. I like working with the local breweries—there are 180 breweries here. The worst part? When you hand someone a menu and they put it down, go over and look at all the tap handles and say, ‘Do you have…..?"

Server Speak: What’s the Best Part of Your Job; Worst Part?

Harry Xiong Server/baker Years in the industry: 4 Trung Nam French Bakery  The best part is bringing a smile to the faces of little kids (although if they sell out of their craveable croissants before noon, there’s no smiling). Getting up at 3 in the morning, that’s the worst part. 

Server Speak: What’s the Best Part of Your Job; Worst Part?

Ellen Bordeaux Host Years in the industry: 1 1/2 Smack Shack, Minneapolis The worst is dealing with rude people. We’re like the customer service desk. The good is that it’s a pretty casual job and you know everyone (front and back of the house), that’s not always the case.

Server Speak: What’s the Best Part of Your Job; Worst Part?

Kate O Barista Years in the industry: 10 Fairgrounds Coffee & Tea, Minneapolis The best part is the people. The regulars are fun. Also the hours aren’t long …but the money could be better. There’s always room to improve. 

Server Speak: What’s the Best Part of Your Job; Worst Part?

Abby Woodruff Host Industry experience: 7 months Lurcat, Minneapolis The best part of my job is seeing people leave here happy. The worst part is when we get busy and can’t accommodate that special request like a table by the window, because we’re busy.

 

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