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Include These Waitress Skills
- Take food and drink orders for customers
- Clean tables and restock supplies as needed
- Make recommendations to patrons based on their dietary needs and/or restrictions
Dear Mr. Paul Anderson:
I am writing to apply for the position of Head Server advertised in the New York Post for your restaurant Les Hailles. I offer your team over 5 years of experience serving customers in top NYC restaurants with excellent commendations. I am a college graduate with aspirations of attending culinary school in the future.
My reputation for delivering superior, customer focused service is unsurpassed. I believe my passion for food and knowledge of your restaurant’s brand and menu make me a unique and perfect fit for this position. I offer excellent communication skills, attention to detail, and a strong work ethic. I have strong knowledge of food & wine pairings and the ability to offer your patrons more than just a wonderful meal, I can offer them a wonderful experience as well.
I have experience working in high pressure environments, including nights and weekends. I’m reliable, focused, and work well with teams of all sizes. For a more detailed presentation of my skills and background, please review the enclosed CV and feel free to contact me at your earliest convenience. Thank you in advance for your consideration. I look forward to our conversation.