Robert Bush 6:31 p.m., May 18
Running your server
As for most diners, what you will never appreciate how busy we are. Some think we are just here to make sure you and only your table has utmost importance. Running your server means, every time we go back to help you constantly have more requests. As a table, make a collective decision and ask all at once what we can get for you. Don't be that table that requests items one by one. We can serve you faster and more efficiently if you help us help you. Behind the scenes we have side work, we have chefs to answer to. When we ask does anyone else need anything, do it together. More sauce, another fork because you let you two year old throw all of them on the ground. FYI, children should not be left throwing their Cheerios on the ground so you can socialize with your friends. We are the ones who have to clean it up and as much as you don't care and think its our job just learn to respect us.