I dont have a restaurant job, but often times when Im at Boston Pizza (which is alot) I just go around and do tricks to people. Of course, Im not getting paid, and since im buying food its more like Im paying to do magic; however I find the art of it all really enjoyable. Most tricks that can be done street can be done in a restaurant, like a pen through bill trick - they are there buying their food, they will more than likely have a bill on them, along with coins. Also I find TT magic good because of how dark restaurants usually are, it makes it much less noticable that you are wearing one. So you could do a bill routine just out of that! Use a pen through bill trick, followed by making a bill dissapear. Then you could also make it seem like you dont know how to bring it back and start to walk away, just to through a bit of a comedy routine in there (dont acually walk away, be nice, give the bill back). Possibilities are endless.
Also, I find Scotch and Soda works anywhere.
Thats just a bit of advice. Practice making some new and original routines with what you have, and maybe order a couple things that look interesting. With $111.92 you cant go wrong!
Nice advice- The best nugget in there is to pratice all the time no matter where you are- for free at the beginning is the way to go- you will build confidence with every performance- Restaurant walk around can be a great living, but don't stop there and doing it once a week hardly qualifies as a professional who can give advice StreetWolf and if you are doing it once a week at one Restaurant then I guess that gives you the right to crap on people's dreams huh? NOT! He is not taking any money from your pocket and no manager I've ever worked for is going to hire some punk kid who aint ready- THEY JUST DON'T DO THAT! So shut up and let him get some advice from people who are not threatened by young enthusiastic performers.
And your picture is a little creepy.