Tag: Server Stories

The Restaurant Revolution: Why I Left Industry and Why I’m Not Going Back

You can now listen to this blog pod as an episode of The Millennial Agenda Podcast! Click here or search The Millennial Agenda on your chosen podcast platform! When it comes to restaurants in the Orlando area, I am fully aware of who is and isn’t hiring. The “is” category outweighs the “isn’t” by a

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A Beginners Guide to Not Being an A-Hole at a Restaurant: Pandemic Edition

Alright people- this is happening. Frankly, it’s been a long time coming. I’ve been working in restaurants for over four years now and, for the most part, I’ve kept my server rage to myself. A lot of times I’ll think about writing something in the moment and then I don’t end up doing it because

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Here’s Why DoorDash Is Evil, Especially During Quarantine

Whelp, here I am. Jobless. As of last night, I worked my final shift at the restaurant until further notice. With the theme parks closed and the hotels closing tomorrow, there are just no people. As a result, hours have been drastically cut for everyone. Some of us were just a little less lucky than

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Sometimes You Have To Ask Yourself: What Would Beyonce Do?

I’m sure at some point any one of us has seen those mega-viral posts from servers or bartenders where a guest has left them a tip that changes their life. I’d be lying if I said that I’ve often gone into work and had an interaction with a guest that left me wondering if today

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I Am Really Not That Kind Of Bartender

It has been a weird week and I am fully aware that it is only Wednesday. Thankfully, aside from running some training classes, I’m free from direct human interaction for a few days. The last couple nights, however, have been a completely different story and while I don’t normally talk about work stuff on here

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