Topic courtesy of :): What is the difference between a restaurant server and a restaurant back server?
I have an interview for a “back server” position. I have no clue what that it. Ive been a server many time before.
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It means you serve people backwards.
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I have never worked at a place that utilized back servers but what it is (is) essentially someone that assists the server (in the back) maybe getting bread ready, running food, setting the food up to go out, running the food, etc…etc…it is possible that maybe you have to do the back server position for a period of time before you can be an actual server at whatever the place is that you are applying to. The only thing we have even close to that where i work on the weekends is what is called an “expo” and all they really do is plate the food up (presentable) when it is pushed through the kitchen window (when everything is ready)..
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