What is another word for waitress?

Pronunciation: [wˈe͡ɪtɹəs] (IPA)

A waitress is a female employee who serves food and drinks in a restaurant, cafe, or bar. There are several synonyms for the word "waitress" including server, dining room attendant, food service worker, hostess, and floor staff. Other terms that can be used instead of waitress include food and beverage attendant, restaurant staffer, culinary staff, and dining room staff member. Some establishments may also use terms such as waiter or waitress interchangeably, or choose to use gender-neutral terms such as server or food attendant. Regardless of which term is used, the role of this important service position is to provide excellent customer service and ensure guests have an enjoyable dining experience.

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Usage examples for Waitress

What's the use of getting in wrong with the waitress?
"I Walked in Arden"
Jack Crawford
At this moment another customer entered, to be conducted by the head-waitress with like ceremony, as in our case, to his seat, and our blaze of glory departed to ascertain his wants.
"I Walked in Arden"
Jack Crawford
"We have a waitress, Martin," was "Mother's" final protest.
"I Walked in Arden"
Jack Crawford

Famous quotes with Waitress

  • I took my waitress uniform. Seemed fitting.
    Shiri Appleby
  • I was very poor and I was a waitress, and it's hard to be a poor waitress in New York.
    Kristin Davis
  • I'd gone into that restaurant and sat down and the waitress had taken my order and everybody else had seen me with this what must have looked like this creature, this animal, sitting on the top of my head!
    Derek Jacobi
  • I'd played dumbasses a lot. On Mad About You, I played a very dumb waitress and they saw me.
    Lisa Kudrow
  • A movie of mine is going to be released in Japan next year. I play a waitress who's a really regular girl in this movie. The English title isn't decided yet, but in Japanese it's I'll Get on the A Train Sometime.
    Chiaki Kuriyama

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