Servers at the Hungry Cowboy
This chapter use servers’ narratives along with the author’s own observations of their behavior at work to explore the contradictions, costs, and rewards involved in waiting tables at the Hungry Cowboy. It considers how servers create and perpetuate belonging, recognition, and community through their approach to their work. The conclusions are based on interviews with fifteen servers—five men and ten women—who have worked at the Hungry Cowboy from one to ten years.
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