heres the review:
Anyways, so you just asked for the manager?
Well, yea, but like i said, I already work there as a busboy, so it wasnt too hard.
What day and time?
My answer to this isn't so important(because it was about 11:00pm last night when i was leaving work), but the best time to go to a restaurant is usually between 2-4. Restaurants that aren't open for lunch usually have a certain day set aside for applicants to come between 2-4(at my Outback, its Thursdays).
How old are ya?
What routines do ya plan on doing?
Not completely sure yet. That's why I am giving myself a month to prepare. I plan on using tips from Pace's book on routining, but I have a few routine ideas of my own. I'll update on this question.
Any other tips would be cool, a longer post would have been awesome.
Well, the most important thing I've done so far was offer the free night. I've talked to my manager before about magic, and I could see he thought about it, but probably didn't know if it would work. As luck would have it, the restaurant has goals to increase profits this year by doing things differently(many things have changed, they even added theme nights). So I suggested a free night, and immediately he realized he had nothing to lose, and he could get a firsthand look at what I would be doing for his restaurant. I also focused on one of my major selling points- Outback would stand out among restaurants because it would offer a package including dining and entertainment. No other restaurant does this, and my manager realizes that it would help to differentiate his business from others around the city.
Wait for Pace's book, it will tell you everything you need to know. Put his ideas together with other sources about performing and you'll be set to go.