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The Modern Waiter Podcast

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The Podcast For People Interested in Restaurant Service industry. The Modern Waiter Restaurant Podcast fun discussions and interviews relating to the service industry that are relevant to both restaurant workers and guests. Have you ever wondered what your waiter or waitress is thinking? Have you ever wondered how a restaurant works behind the scenes? Perhaps you worked in the service industry and laughed while discovering that all restaurant employees are the same. We have all dined at rest ...
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Skipping the Restaurant Scene is the Smart Move. A successful Valentine's day requires careful planning and perfect execution. Many leave making restaurant reservations till the last minute leaving the restaurant to the perfect execution. Not many restaurants are up to that challenge. In this podcast episode we discuss all the reasons why a restaur…
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This week we review the newest comic, Mosely, from one of our favorite creators Rob Guillory. In the hyper-technological world of the later 21st century, Mosely is a bitter old janitor on a mission from a higher power—to unleash holy Hell upon the “too big to fail” Tech Gods. Can one man bring down the corporate powers who’ve used their vast influe…
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In anticipation for the new live-action Netflix adaptation we read, Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Promise. This is a new tale that follows the animated series finale. Aang and friends must join together once again as the four nations' tenuous peace is threatened by an impasse between Fire Lord Zuko and Earth King Kuei! As the world heads toward …
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Step into the exclusive world of private cheffing as Chef Gason Nelson takes us on his journey. Discover the challenges, triumphs, and unique experiences of being a private chef for high-profile clients. From cooking for celebrities to competing on Food Network's "Chopped," Chef Gason shares his passion for food and the intricate details that make …
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An often-overlooked genre in comics are romance comics. They're not quite as frequent as your superhero books but hold an important place in the industry. For this year's Valentine's Day episode, we review Love Everlasting. Joan Peterson discovers that she is trapped in an endless, terrifying cycle of "romance"—a problem to be solved, a man to marr…
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Whether you're a seasoned server or just curious about the behind-the-scenes of restaurant life, this video is your backstage pass to the tools that make dining experiences unforgettable. Join us as we delve into the 10 crucial items every restaurant waiter needs to carry. These are my indispensable tools that keep the service running smoothly. And…
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As a short and sweet treat, we review The Left Bank Gang to change things up from our milestone episode. 2007 Eisner Award-winner: set in 1920s Paris, this is a deliciously inventive re-imagining of the great literary figures of the period (Fitzgerald, Hemingway, Pound, and Joyce) as graphic novelists... and perpetrators of a thrilling, double-cros…
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Beyond The Plate a journey into the future as we discuss the trends shaping the restaurant landscape in 2024. From the kitchen to the front of the house, these 12 restaurant trends are set to redefine the way we dine. Whether you're a food enthusiast, industry professional, or just curious about the world of dining, this episode offers an explorati…
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We did it everyone! Another milestone for the Trade Waiters pod and no signs of slowing down. Thank you to everyone who has supported us and kept us going by checking us out. For our 200th episode read another huge collection of a weekly comic that ran for a year, totaling 1200 pages! After INFINITE CRISIS, the DC Universe had its most eventful yea…
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In preparation for our 200th episode, DC's 52, we read the comic event that sets it up, Infinite Crisis. Surrounded by their most fearsome enemies, the world's greatest heroes are divided within and without. DC's icons face their most dire hour. What happens next will destroy friendships and lives, dictating the direction of the universe for the ne…
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A dead plate is a dish of food that is unservable, either because a customer sent it back or because it was prepared incorrectly. Dead plates are usually considered fair game for servers or cooks to eat, but it depends on the restaurant's policy. There are few things more frustrating than wasting food and disrupting the kitchen because a plate sat …
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In excitement for the new Disney+ series, Echo, we reviewed the trade that includes her first appearance! She is Echo. Though seemingly kindred souls, their secret identities are very much at odds. Maya seeks out her father's killer, a man that Kingpin says is Daredevil. Can Matt Murdock clear his name before his new love becomes his executioner? N…
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The restaurant business is fiercely competitive. Many restaurants allow guests bad behavior to maintain revenue. I maintain that is a bit of bad business and today's show will reveal poor etiquette that restaurant guests often do that restaurants would love to correct. Watch us on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/@themodernwaiterpodcast?sub_confirma…
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Working in a restaurant can be a rewarding job, but it also comes with its fair share of hazards and challenges. In this episode, guest John Demeglio discuss work place hazards and workers Comp. We take you behind the scenes to explore the hazards and struggles that waiters, bartenders, and chefs encounter daily. From juggling overloaded trays to n…
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This week we review Nathan's Christmas gift to Daniel, Kroma by Lorenzo De Felici. Imprisoned in a tower within the walls of Pale City, Kroma lives her days out in darkness, believing she is the most evil thing on Earth. However, where her people see a monster, the mysterious orphan Zet sees a human. But if either of them is to survive the city’s s…
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The first of our Trade Waiters gifts is The New World. The United States of America-after the Second Civil War. Two lovers meet. One: a straight-edge vegan hacker anarchist boy with a penchant for messing with the State. The other: a chaotic, hedonistic cop with a reality TV show and a license to kill. This really shouldn't happen-and yet, somehow,…
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As a guest dining at a restaurant, you have done your research and made your reservation. The work is almost done. Upon arrival it is time to set your expectations for the evening and be open to allowing the restaurant staff to facilitate an excellent time. Some restaurant guests get in the way of having a great experience. In this week’s restauran…
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Happy Holidays everyone! It's our favorite time of year where we get to review a Christmas comic! The writers behind the hit series Deadpool present the sad, funny, and true story of Santa Claus after the apocalypse. After tragedy strikes the North Pole, Santa turns his back on humanity and gives up on Christmas. Even though the world has been comp…
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Restaurant kitchens are a fast-paced environment with, sharp objects, fire, and pressure. Chef Eduardo Espiritu joins this week’s restaurant podcast and gives us a peek into his work and his life. For those who have never worked in a kitchen, Chef gives you the raw reality about the lifestyle. How did he get his start? What does he think about serv…
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In excitement for the new movie Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom we read a book we suspect it took inspiration from. After being dethroned by his own people and sent into exile, Aquaman discovers a conspiracy in his kingdom, in this tale presented for the first time in hardcover. Rather than reclaim his birthright, he becomes a hero, but even Aquaman c…
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What are the top five professions that work on holidays? If you are among these five professions you work holidays including Christmas. While working on holidays can be a necessity in many professions, there are certain drawbacks and challenges that employees may face. We will discuss the pros and cons of working on holidays. Watch us on YouTube ht…
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What is it like to return to serving after 20 years behind the keyboard? Author and journalist Megan Fox shares her adventures as a restaurant waitress. Why would anyone leave a desk to deal with the physical challenges of restaurant work? Find out why she had to take on the role. Guest: Megan Fox https://pjmedia.com/columnist/megan-fox/ https://ww…
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This week we read Amazing X-Men for Nathan's birthday comic! A book he read early on that he thought we should revisit. Ever since Nightcrawler's death in X-MEN MESSIAH COMPLEX, the X-Men have been without their heart and soul. After learning that their friend may not be gone after all, it's up to WOLVERINE, STORM, BEAST, ICEMAN, NORTHSTAR and FIRE…
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This week we review the French bandes dessinée that Daniel brought back from his travels, A Man's Skin. Bianca is eighteen and her marriage to Giovanni has been arranged. She’s only seen him once but would like to get to know her husband before they’re wed. Her grandmother offers to let Bianca stay with her, to teach her about life and men a bit. B…
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What has it been like podcasting over the last year all the while working in the service industry. We look back at our years in the restaurant and podcasting as we kick off our 6th year doing the show. We share the challenges we encountered working in the restaurant and doing this podcast. Also we look back on some favorite guests that knocked it o…
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In this week’s restaurant podcast we begin our series on successful bars and restaurants by profiling the World Famous Parrot Lounge in Ft. Lauderdale Florida. We pay them a visit on one of their busiest nights and observe operationally what they do right. Later on in the show we discuss how they stay connected to their community. Watch us on YouTu…
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Happy Thanksgiving! And what better way to celebrate this family holiday than to read about Marvel's first family? It’s the start of a new era for the Fantastic Four...and they’re already in a ton of trouble. Something has gone terribly wrong in New York! Can the FF find their way back together and somehow rebuild their lives? News 1:14 Fantastic F…
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Drafting the best holiday food may sound easy, however once your favorite thanksgiving food is off the board it can not be repeated. Danny and I are joined by guest, Nohemie Pascal. Our goal is to make the best plate by picking our favorites holiday foods draft style. Once that item has been drafted it is blocked from being picked by the others. Ca…
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In anticipation for Netflix's new animated series, Scott Pilgrim Takes Off, we went back to the source material. Scott Pilgrim's life is totally sweet. He's 23 years old, he's in a rock band, he's "between jobs," and he's dating a cute high school girl. Nothing could possibly go wrong, unless a seriously mind-blowing, dangerously fashionable, rolle…
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In anticipation for the newest MCU film, The Marvels, we read the 2014 run of Captain Marvel by Kelly Sue Deconnick and David Lopez. Captain Marvel, Earth's Mightiest Hero with death-defying powers and an attitude to match! Carol Danvers comes to a crossroads with a new life and new romance, she makes a dramatic decision that will alter the course …
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In this week’s restaurant podcast we discuss the apparent comeback of the chain restaurant. When was the last time you ate at a chain like Chili’s, Olive Garden or TGI Friday’s? The popularity of casual restaurant chains is not what it used to be. They were already on the decline before the dip of 2020. Many locations rebranded in an effort to capt…
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Danny and I take a trip to downtown Nashville. In this week’s restaurant podcast we relay our experience from a food and service perspective. Nashville is a place for music, food and bars. Nashville’s Broadway strip and Printer’s Alley offers more bars and restaurants than anyone can handle. We were up for the challenge. Watch us on YouTube https:/…
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In anticipation for Monarch: Legacy of Monsters we Read Godzilla: The Half-Century War by James Stokoe. Introducing a new and exciting look at Godzilla's reign of destruction. The year is 1954 and Lieutenant Ota Murakami is on hand when Godzilla makes first landfall in Japan. Along with his pal Kentaro, Ota makes a desperate gamble to save lives...…
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On the last week of our annual horror month of October, we read Marvel Zombies vs Army of Darkness by John Layman and Fabiano Neves. Writer John Layman joins us as we see the Marvel Zombies come face-to-face with Dynamite Entertainment's Ash from the Army of Darkness! Ash has faced legions of the undead before, but never like this as he lands in th…
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Since its introduction in 2003 and over the last 20 years, the iconic beverage has had an influence on the coffee industry, pop culture, and everything in between. In this week’s restaurant podcast we discuss how the Pumpkin Spice Late has become a phenomenon in seasonal or LTO limited time offers. Watch us on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/@themo…
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This week on our annual horror month of October, we read Ice Cream Man by W. Maxwell Prince and Martin Morazzo. Chocolate, vanilla, existential horror, drug addiction, musical fantasy...there's a flavor for everyone's misery. This is a genre-defying comic book series featuring disparate 'one-shot' tales of sorrow, wonder, and redemption. Each insta…
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In this week’s restaurant podcast guest Aimee shares her experience leaving one restaurant for another. Starting over can be intimidating. You risk comfort and seniority for more money and perhaps better work conditions. Taking a leap of faith is necessary to level up. What are the major concerns when letting go of your restaurant job? Crucial fact…
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This week on our annual horror month of October, we read Killadelphia by Rodney Barnes and Jason Shawn Alexander. When a small-town beat cop comes home to bury his murdered father-the revered Philadelphia detective James Sangster Sr.-he begins to unravel a mystery that leads him down a path of horrors that will shake his beliefs to their core. The …
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Learn how to spot problem customers right away. We will teach you how to listen to the right key words that raise the alarm bells of caution. In this week’s restaurant podcast Kaela Contrada joins the show once again. We pour over the most popular things restaurant guest say that are red flags. Watch us on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/@themodern…
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Beginning our annual horror month of October, we read The Immortal Hulk by Al Ewing and Joe Bennett. Described as a horror take on the classic Marvel hero that still has science and new concepts to explore for the character. You know Bruce Banner. He's quiet, calm, never complains. He's a man who believes he can use the darkest elements of his pers…
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In this week’s restaurant podcast Kaela Contrada-Ray joins the show and shares the things she learned from working in the service industry. What are the skills we learn in the restaurant industry that translate to other careers? Transferrable skills can include... Customer Service: This includes being polite, friendly, and attentive to customer nee…
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Finishing our month of movies that you didn't know were comic adaptations we read 300 by Frank Miller and Lynn Varley. The armies of Persia are poised to crush Greece, an island of reason and freedom in a sea of madness and tyranny. Standing between Greece and this tidal wave of destruction are a tiny detachment of but three hundred warriors. Frank…
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What are the key points of service in a hotel? 14 year veteran Ryan Hanson stops by to share his experience with us. From room service to banquets we get a great perspective on the differences between hotel service and standard restaurants. Hotel restaurants often cater to in-house guests, serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and may also offer ro…
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Continuing our month of movies that you didn't know were comic adaptations we read Wanted by Mark Millar and J.G. Jones. An essential prerequisite for the currently releasing mini-series, Big Game by Mark Millar and Pepe Larraz. Everyman Wesley Gibson just discovered that his father is dead and that he is in line to take his place in a secret frate…
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Whenever we travel we like to relay our adventures in the context of food and services. On this week’s episode, Danny shares his experiences while on a bachelor party to Atlantic City. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
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This restaurant podcast episode is the conclusion of the breakfast cereal bracket. Which cereal is your favorite and did it make it all the way to number one? Watch us on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/@themodernwaiterpodcast?sub_confirmation=1 Follow us on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/themodernwaiterpodcast/ More Info https://www.themodern…
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Continuing our month of movies that you didn't know were comic adaptations we read The Mask by John Arcudi and Doug Mahnke. The series tells the story of a supernatural mask that grants its wearers nearly limitless power, often at the cost of their sanity. News 02:11 The Mask 10:27 Back Matter Matters 36:34 The Pull-List 47:22 Linktr.ee/tradewaiter…
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The top 50 breakfast cereal bracket is here. In a quest to discover which is the number 1 breakfast cereal of all time. We have listed all of Americas favorite cereals, placed them into a tournament style bracket and debated winners based on taste, nostalgia and popularity. Cereal fans get ready to relive your childhood. Are your favorites on the l…
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This is the first book of our month of movies that you didn't know were comic adaptations. As a C.I.A. operative, Paul Moses's unique talent for killing took him around the world from one hotspot to another, carrying out the deadly orders of his superiors. When he retired, he wanted to put his bloody past behind him. But when a new administration t…
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In excitement for the live-action adaptation, we read One Piece by Eiichiro Oda. As a child, Luffy was inspired to become a pirate by listening to the tales of "Red-Haired" Shanks. But his life changed when he accidentally ate the Gum-Gum Devil Fruit and gained the power to stretch like rubber...at the cost of never being able to swim again! Years …
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