A Food and Beverage Server may work for a single establishment, or they may work for third-party catering companies. A good portion of their income in the United States usually comes from tips. The career is expected to grow at 3 percent over the next ten years, which is less than average.
High school diploma
Food and Beverage Servers Skills
Advise on menu selections; Serve food and drinks Present invoices to customers and accept cash, credit or debit card payments, traveler’s checks or room billing; Describe menu items, including daily specials for guests; Prepare and serve specialty dishes at customer tables; Take the controls and contact the kitchen and bar staff; Greet customers, present menus, make recommendations and answer questions about food and beverages.
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