I'm applying to a slightly high end restaurant that is just opening up, any advice?

I have experience in the hospitality industry, and I'm also going to school for Hotel & Restaurant management, but I don't have any serving experience. This restaurant just started hiring so I'm gonna go in tomorrow and apply. Any advice or tips would be appreciated. I don't have a resume but I'm hoping for the best, thanks in advance for the advice!

Asked By: Ben C - 4/6/2009
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Hi I own a restaurant we have 10 waiters this is what you need to do and you WILL get the job.When a person walks in here its the first impression that sells me look well presented speak clearly and say something like I dont have any experience but i want a job and I am keen to learn tell them that you are studying and... More
Answered By: Michael - 4/6/2009
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Look really good. Not too much makeup. Be nice; sit up straight; smile. And be sure to ask 1 or 2 questions at the interview. Be honest with them. Good luck.
Answered By: itgirl - 4/6/2009
I'd try to build a resume, even if you dont have alot of experience, you should make a resume so make you look organized and much more presentable. Maybe not a cover letter but atleast a resume with highschool check and references... More
Answered By: lucky_moments - 4/6/2009
I would try to do a resume before going to attach to your application. Don't downplay your education or any experience you DO have. Include things like "people person", "punctual", "detail oriented"....and dress nice, not too much make-up or a clean slate. Good luck:)
Answered By: samantha_2128 - 4/6/2009
Ditto the good resume advice, but try to be neatly dressed and well presented. A pleasant tone of voice and a good smile will go a long way even if it just to hand over your written application.
Answered By: DrDontheTermiteGuy - 4/6/2009
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