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Review: Pork & Beans

August 14, 2017

 

Pork & Beans is a collaboration between Chef Keith Fuller and Chef Richard DeShantz of The DeShantz Restaurant Group. They serve "Texas-Inspired BBQ" in a casual environment.

 

Pork & Beans

136 6th Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
412-338-1876

 

Hours

LUNCH
Tuesday - Saturday
11:30am - 2pm

 

DINNER
Monday - Thursday
4pm - 10pm
Friday - Saturday
4pm - 11pm
Sunday
12pm - 6pm

 

*Bar Open Late*

 

"Money is good. A little bit overstaffed but cuts are made pretty appropriately. Tip out is high and money made per night is not known. Must either calculate independently or wait until biweekly pay to know what you made for the two weeks. Cash is taken home each night, but tips are on a paycheck. Cellphone policy is strict. Managers are somewhat lax and friendly. No shift meal, small discount on food, but discounts at all of the restaurant group make up for the lack of discount at p&b. No staff meal/food for us. Sometimes a leftover bun. "

 

Do you work full-time or part-time (fewer than 4 shifts a week)? Part-time

How long did you work there? I currently work here.

How are you paid before tips? Minimum wage

How are tips handled? Keep your tips

What do you make on average per shift, before tip out? $280

Who do you tip out to? Bar, runners/bussers.

How much do you tip out? 4% to runners/bussers, 7% to bar.

What benefits do they offer?  Health insurance

Do you get a family meal? No

Do you have to take menu tests? No

How many servers work there? 10-15

Do you have to wear a uniform? Yes, but you need to purchase it or be provided by you

How long is your average shift? 5-8 hours

How many managers work there? 2

 

Do you own or manage this business and want to respond? Email us and we will be happy to publish your response and talk to you more about our goals; be sure to read this post about our philosophy and what we're aiming to do. Do you work here and feel differently? Want to add more? Submit your own review!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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