Waiting at Joe's
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LaGina Reading about the faces behind Joe's Stone Crab and what makes it such a special restaurant makes me want to go for a visit. Learning that most of the waiters have been there for a long time is fascinating and speaks highly of Joe's The author really took her time to get to know these waiters and their life storie. pam taylor said Fabulous and True!. Absolutely love this true story of the iconic 100 year old South Beach establishment. It is a great read and if you are lucky enough to eat at the restaurant you will have gained a fabulous appreciation of it!. Insightful read Rick Gunsallus Great insight into a south Florida staple. Quick leisurely read. Endearing and complete into a dinning experience that so many cherish.
The atmosphere is always buzzing—people at the bar giddy with excitement. There’s no other place in the world quite like Joe’s Stone Crab; this is the story of the waiters, not the wait.. The anticipation and camaraderie in waiting two to three hours for a table has become as much a part of the dining experience as the exquisite food. For one hundred years, Miami natives and tourists alike have waited and dined alongside celebrities including Frank Sinatra, Muhammad Ali, Dan Marino, and Jennifer Lopez. Along the way, Joe’s has gained a reputation for excellent service provided by its extremely dedicated, talented, and loyal wait staff.A chance to serve at Joe’s is one of the most sought-after jobs in the restaurant business. Waiters running with trays over their heads on sturdy extended arms. Now Deeny Kapla
Its no-reservation policy means that everyone has to line up and wait to be called to table in one of the cavernous dining rooms, offering mere mortals a chance to rub elbows with celebrities from show business, sports, and politics. --Mark Knoblauch . From Booklist For decades, Joe’s Stone Crab restaurant has anchored south Miami Beach and reigns as one of the nation’s most famous and best-regarded restaurants. Tuxedo-clad waiters brusquely take orders and hoist giant trays of seafood overhead as they scurry from kitchen to table. L