The Waiter Caddy

Need a new server book? Check out the Waiter Caddy!

6 Comments

  • Katy D. R.

    August 20, 2010

    I love my waiter caddy! i ordered it and it came within three days and is clearly mad eby a server cuz the pockets are exactly what I need. I have been trying to use it to upsell, but it is taking a while for me to change my habits- slowly but surely! i definately feel like i am taking charge of my sales and my tables

  • Slerver

    August 25, 2010

    If this is what takes for you to be a better server, than you must really fucking suck at your job. Maybe you should try retail. What a fucking joke.

  • George

    November 23, 2010

    OMG……… oh how much I really need one of these……. NOT!!!!

    I have to agree with Slerver on this, if you are a better server because of this, then you more than really suck.

    This thing is so ridiculous it is unbelievable and to think there are people out there who will buy one of these things because “They really need to be a better waiter/server”.

    Servers if you think you need any of that stuff, just go to your managers and ask them for them, most restaurants will supply you with this stuff, except maybe the corkscrew (Bar Buddy/Friend) holder.
    The restaurant where I work supplied us all with a server book/waiter caddy, bottle opener, bar buddy, crumber and all for free……. YES!!!! FREE………

  • Allison M.

    November 24, 2010

    I normally don’t “blog” or write on the internet, but…
    Wow Slerver you are totally rude. I suppose you are one of those servers people tell stories about, you know the ones who don’t go the extra step, take short-cuts, and generally don’t put effort into what they do. I have been a server and a manager, now a general manager, in almost every type of restaurant out there – diners, chain restaurants, fine dining restaurants, pubs, etc – and I think it is great that people out there take initiative to be the best at their job. That is what separates people like Slerver from a person like Katy. I absolutely believe that a server like Katy will make more money and have higher sales than a server who doesn’t put in that extra attention to salesmanship. I would also rather work with a person like Katy.

    Most servers begin serving to supplement income or get them through college, or like me work their way up into managing and part-ownership. Many servers are subpar, and only focused on everything else in their lives as waiting tables is not worth their focus. I have known amazing servers that took their wine knowledge to the next level and could work 2-3 nights a week and make what other servers made in 5. Granted, the average guest spent $80-100, but the idea translates to restaurants of all caliber. Also, the most reliable and best workers were always the ones who paid attention to the little details such as upselling, organization, and the wine/food menu.

    I hope you are all on your way to succeeding in being the best at everything you do, whether it’s part-time, getting you through college, or the only job you can get.

    Also, the only server book any company I have worked with offered wait staff was the generic Amex ones, and only if they were free. You know, the big ones with one pocket inside. Some restaurants gave pens and a crumber, even an apron, but most expected servers to purchase their own pens, corkscrew, and find their own book and order pads. i have never tried the server caddy, but I can only imagine I would have enjoyed one when I was waiting tables.

  • Disapointed

    August 29, 2011

    I got one and I think it is cheep made. not worth the money.

  • bwp

    November 6, 2011

    geroge and slerver…your probably both shitty watiers with bad attitudes so get a job at jack in the box and suck each other…at least katy is trying fucking punks !

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