Service Included: Four-Star Secrets of an Eavesdropping Waiter


Author: Phoebe Damrosch

While Phoebe Damrosch was figuring out what to do with her life, she supported herself by working as a waiter. Before long she was a captain at the New York City four-star restaurant Per Se, the culinary creation of master chef Thomas Keller.,,Service Included is the story of her experiences there: her obsession with food, her love affair with a sommelier, and her observatio….Read More

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