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I need help from someone with front of house restaurant experience?

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Answer #1 | 16/05 2013 14:20
Try to get your servers doing drink and bar orders first, a customer is more likely to accept a bit of a longer wait, if the service on their drink is efficient, this also cuts down on servers placing multiple orders at the same time and creates a short period of lull during high rush periods as customers get their drinks.
Answer #2 | 16/05 2013 15:25
Teach them to multi-taks. show them how to do numerous things all at once. and time them to double check if they're doing things right.
Answer #3 | 17/05 2013 20:57
you've got to talk to the hostess about staggering the seating of tables.. that's where this problem begins. when a hostess seats a bunch of tables all at once, chances are, all the tables will be ready to order around the same time.

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