Restaurant Owners and Staff Are About to Go Broke Because of Coronavirus: 'The Abyss We're Going Into Is the Scary Part'
New York is one of 12 states that have ordered restaurants and bars to close or restrict service indefinitely.
"Diet Coke" is not a greeting.
The contract, which begins with an enthusiastic, bold-typed “Agreements!,” lists four infractions that employees could be fined for, with "fines" ranging from 25 cents to $20.
During the last week of service at Betony, the staff realized something that had been there all along.
“Put 5 singles out on the table at the beginning of the dinner for the waiter/waitress to see. (Don’t say anything to them) if they mess up, you take a dollar away, and so on.”
Will robots waiters be taking our orders? If tables will have built-in cameras, will we ever need to Instagram again?
We spoke to one of the oldest servers at La Coupole, a beloved brasserie in Paris’s iconic Montparnasse neighborhood, whose walls have heard stories from the Roaring 20s, Uma Thurman, and thousands of affairs.
Robot takeover may feel imminent, but hold your horses, doomsday prophets! Maybe you haven’t seen these bozo robot waiters in China that were so bad at their jobs that the restaurants they worked in had to close.