BOULDER, COLORADO — 2020 has been tough on every link in the hospitality chain, particularly the humans on the front lines. Those who are surviving have gotten creative.
“Ugh, it’s so slow. I gave up my unemployment for this!” local server Amir Collins said at the host stand before perking up and walking to the POS. “I know what to do.”
“Fries… shrimp linguine…” he mumbled while tapping the screen, then pulling his credit card out. “Side of hot sauce… Anne do you want anything from the kitchen? We need to really will this dinner rush into existence.”