Yearning for more DIY space in Greater Boston, one restaurant guy takes the plunge
Fernet Branca: It’s not just for industry heads anymore
If you’ve never worked in a restaurant but always wanted to party like a bartender, now’s your chance.
“The restaurant industry, the coffee industry, hospitality in general is inherently, I think, a social industry. People go to cafes to meet other people, to talk and connect, and I said that’s perfect.”
This year, a group of Boston hospitality industry pros are turning mid-February into a series of events in the name of V-Day, a global activist movement fighting to end violence against women and girls.
The background (and pressures) of industry Mondays at Trina’s
Yoga and the restaurant industry go together like booze and the restaurant industry
We do it for the people. And the tips, but mainly the people.
Twenty to twenty-five women from each region are selected to compete in time trials, with the fastest eight then chosen to proceed on stage and face off round-robin style, vying for the Miss Speed Rack title and bragging rights as their region’s fastest guns.
Adding a 20 percent tip to my tab for me is the opposite of “hospitality included”—it’s a glaring reminder that most restaurants stay afloat by paying front of house staff around $3 an hour.