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Bartender Jobs Bismarck ND

Food and beverage serving and related workers are the front line of customer service in full-service restaurants, casual dining eateries, and other food service establishments. These workers greet customers, escort them to seats and hand them menus, take food and drink orders, and serve food and beverages. They also answer questions, explain menu items and specials, and keep tables and dining areas clean and set for new diners. Most work as part of a team, helping coworkers to improve workflow and customer service.

I B E W System Council U13
(701) 222-2514
1800 Commerce St
Bismarck, ND
 
Ibew Local 714
(701) 258-6370
1800 Commerce St
Bismarck, ND
 
Boilermakers Lodge 647
(701) 663-2384
1323 E Front Ave
Bismarck, ND
 
Laborer'S Unionlocal 563
(701) 223-5991
1323 E Front Ave Ste 2
Bismarck, ND
 
North Dakota Safety Council Inc
(701) 223-6372
1640 Burnt Boat Drive
Bismarck, ND
 
Cwa
(701) 258-8222
418 E Rosser Ave Ste B
Bismarck, ND
 
Carpenter'S Union Local 1091
(701) 255-3700
217 S Mandan St
Bismarck, ND
 
Missouri Slope Central Labor Council
(701) 224-9503
1323 E Front Ave
Bismarck, ND
 
Western Drilling Inc
(701) 471-7890
3566 110th Ave NE
Bismarck, ND
 
Job Service North Dakota
(800) 247-0981
1601 East Century Avenue
Bismarck, ND
 

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Food and beverage serving and related workers are the front line of customer service in full-service restaurants, casual dining eateries, and other food service establishments. These workers greet customers, escort them to seats and hand them menus, take food and drink orders, and serve food and beverages. They also answer questions, explain menu items and specials, and keep tables and dining areas clean and set for new diners. Most work as part of a team, helping coworkers to improve workflow and customer service.

Waiters and waitresses, also called servers, are the largest group of these workers. They take customers' orders, serve food and beverages, prepare itemized checks, and sometimes accept payment. Their specific duties vary considerably, depending on the establishment. In casual-dining restaurants serving routine, straightforward fare, such as salads, soups, and sandwiches, servers are expected to provide fast, efficient, and courteous service. In fine dining restaurants, where more complicated meals are prepared and often served over several courses, waiters and waitresses provide more formal service emphasizing personal, attentive treatment at a more leisurely pace. Waiters and waitresses may meet with managers and chefs before each shift to discuss the menu and any new items or specials, review ingredients for potential food allergies, or talk about any food safety concerns. They also discuss coordination between the kitchen and the dining room and any customer service issues from the previous day or shift. In addition, waiters and waitresses usually check the identification of patrons to ensure they meet the minimum age requirement for the purchase of alcohol and tobacco products wherever those items are sold.

Waiters and waitresses sometimes perform the duties of other food and beverage service workers, including escorting guests to tables, serving customers seated at counters, clearing and setting up tables, or operating a cash register. However, full-service restaurants frequently hire other staff, such as hosts and hostesses, cashiers, or dining room attendants, to perform these duties.

Bartenders fill drink orders either taken directly from patrons at the bar or through waiters and waitresses who place drink orders for dining room customers. Bartenders check th...

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