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10 dollars an hour. It's extremely hard work.
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Servers make $2.13 an hour plus tips, but they also need to tip out the bar and bus boys based on their sales. At our Olive Garden in Minnesota, all our servers start out at r…egular minimum wage, which was $6.15/hr when I started, but I believe minimum wage is now $7.15/hr. So while they might be able to pay you less than that ($2.13/hr for example), our Olive Garden does not go that low. And Servers are asked to tip out 10%, based on their own total tips, to bussers and another 10% to the bartender(s). The truth is that the Servers often lie about how much they really made in tips so they don't have to tip the bussers and bartenders much. Server tips in one dinner shift can regularly vary between $40 and $200, wholly depending on how busy it is, the table turnover rate, and the luck of the draw with how well your tables tip out. Actually at the OG I work at servers start at min. wage (7.50/hr where I am) but this is only for the training period. Their wage then goes down to 2.83/hr when they handle their own sections.
It's usually minimum wage, which varies by state, plus tips tipped out to the bussers by servers at the end of their shifts. In some areas, it depends how the OG is run, busse…rs are paid what is called tipping minimum wage, which means they get a lower hourly wage because the difference between that number and regular min wage is made up by the tips they collect. This variation isn't normal though because bussers usually do more than just bus, they run food, clean, help servers/bar/back of house, etc. In my experience, the more attentive a busser was to my tables, the more I tipped at the end of the night. They have also gone to a "pot" tipping system in some OGs where the servers don't tip directly to one busser who is assigned to their section but to a pot that is divided among all the bussers at the end of the night.
An Italian restaraunt.
The Olive Garden chain of Italian-American restaurants was founded by General Mills Inc. which later spun off their restaurant division into Darden Concepts Inc. There is …no official statement from Darden Concepts Inc. or General Mills Inc. regarding exactly why the name "Olive Garden" was chosen. However, it can be inferred that the name was likely chosen to reflect the restaurants Tuscan style and the association many Americans have with olives and Italian cuisine.
No, Olive Garden does not deliver. They offer a curbside pickup where you can call your order in ahead and pick it up at the restaurant.
Olive Garden is a restaurant that makes Italian cuisine available to a customer. With selections on the menu ranging from $5.95 to $30, there is a dish for everyone. Whether y…ou are a meat-lover, and admirer of pasta, or both, there is a dish for you. Olive Garden offers a variety, and with each meal comes bread sticks and salad. I recommend the soup and salad lunch deal. This deal comes in at $5.95 and includes breadsticks, salad and the soup of your choice. My favorite? I'd have to say the Chicken & Gnocchi soup, which is like the Italian version of Chicken & Dumplings. Delicious! Buon appetite!
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I get 10.25 hour
The Green Frog. I am not kidding at all. Look it up.
In Olive Garden
If you were going to have a party large enough to fill the room, I imagine the management would probably be willing. They're probably not going to be nearly as happy to tie up… half their restaurant for you and seven friends, though. (Most Olive Gardens I've seen don't have a lot of small rooms, but instead have two or three fairly large seating sections.)