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How to set up a bar

DEPARTMENT: Banquet

JOB TITLE: Service Associate

TASK NO: SOP BQT 011

TASK:   How to set
up a bar

EQUIPMENT REQUIRED: Glasses and banquet table, beverages,
garnish, guest supplies

 

WHAT TO DO

HOW TO DO IT

WHY

 

Lay out the table.

 

Food Control Systems

Many restaurants use a method of food cost control based on accurate costing
of standard recipes. Unfortunately, because of the constant daily changes in
food purchase costs, a restaurant with an extensive menu may find that manually
revising recipe costs is a prohibitively time-consuming task. Even a restaurant
with a limited menu may find the job too time-consuming and not worth
the effort.
RECIPES AS BASIS FOR CONTROL
Computers, however, can considerably simplify this work by using a database

Professional Restaurant Server

Servers, also referred to as waitstaff, are restaurant employees who create a dining
experience for guests in a restaurant by making them feelwelcome and comfortable,
taking their orders, serving the meal, clearing the area, and setting the table for the
next party of guests. Servers also maintain the service areas of the dining room and
the kitchen so that everything is ready for smooth, efficient service (see JobDescription
for a Server, Figure 1-1, and www.nraef.org for descriptions of related jobs).

Types of Establishments,Types of Service, and Table Settings

Every restaurant has a unique identity depending on the amenities offered to guests.
This article discusses how restaurants are classified depending on their amenities
and mode of operation. Also discussed in this article are several different types of
service used in restaurants.Most types of service originated in the private homes of
European nobility, and over the years have been modified for restaurant use. Today,
each type retains particular distinguishing features, although some restaurants