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National Waiters and Waitresses Day

National Waiter & Watiress Day

With just under 600,000 restaurants in this country, it can be quite difficult to stand out as a waiter or waitress. For those of you who go above and beyond to provide exceptional service to your patrons, this day serves to honor your hard work and dedication to your craft.

For those of us who are not part of the wait staff, it is important to realize that across the country, about 70% of states pay less than $5.00 per hour to tipped employees. So, with that in mind, it is time to stop thinking of a tip as an “extra bonus for great service,” and start thinking of it as part of that person’s salary. So go ahead and give your server an extra few dollars today to thank them for their hard work, they’ve earned it!

If you’re feeling extra generous, why not purchase your favorite server a new restaurant uniform from ChefUniforms.com?

Chef Coats on Sale This Week

With the Holidays here and New Years just around the corner, ChefUniforms.com would like to thank all of its customers for their patronage.  With your help, our Company is becoming the leader in providing superbly crafted, stylish Chef Coats and Chef Pants, along with providing front of the house restaurant shirts, aprons, and accessories to the restaurant industry.

We have now put our Chef Coats on sale at reduced pricing with many coats starting from only $8.99. Select from a variety of quality made Chef Coats in colors and styles that will suit you perfectly. Not only are these coats priced at affordable prices, but you will be able to add to your wardrobe without losing too much from your wallet.

Basic Economy Chef Coat – Pearl Buttons – 65/35 Poly/CottonThere’s nothing basic about this basic coat. This economy basic chef coat offers the same bar tacks and reinforced construction found on more expensive coats. This chef coat features mitered breast pocket, 8 pearl buttons, thermometer pocket, finished cuffs and collar and reversible closure. Easy care, 65/35 poly/cotton twill. Available in White.





Basic Fit Chef Coats – Black Plastic Buttons – 65/35 Poly/CottonThis basic fit chef coat has mitered breast pocket, thermometer pocket, finished cuffs and collar, reinforced bar tacking and reversible closure. Soft easy care, 65/35 poly/cotton fabric. Available in Red and White.





Basic Chef Coat – Short Sleeve – Knotted Cloth
Buttons – 100% Cotton

Please visit Chef Uniforms today for a great selection of Chef Coats, Chef Pants, Chef Shirts and Front of the House Restaurant Uniforms at discount prices.

Have a Happy Holiday from the Staff at ChefUniforms.com 

For a relaxed look and roomier fit, choose Basic Short Sleeve Chef Coats with Knotted Cloth Buttons from UA Chef. They are cut straighter and squarer through the front, waist and sides. The fabric is soft, 100% cotton fine line twill. Knotted cloth buttons add durability. Left chest pocket and double pocket on the left sleeve.

ChefUniforms.com: A Chef’s Reasons

Welcome to our very first blog entry here at ChefUniforms.com. We hope you find the articles interesting, fun, and informative. We will be covering many subjects and topics. I encourage you to write to me and tell me your chef story, idea, experience, favorite recipe, etc. I will be reviewing all materials sent in and may even post yours, with your picture and restaurant name to boot! Have you ever thought about why you wanted to become a Chef? It may be surprising to learn that not all Chefs’ agree on even this most basic question. I recently visited several nice restaurants in the South Florida area and asked several chefs about what attracted them to becoming a chef. Many said it was the desire to create combinations of ingredients to come up with a unique flavor, color, or texture. Several said it was the challenge of creating unique meals in the kitchen. Others said that were just passionate about eating! Some even blamed their mom. I never would have blamed my mom, but then again, she was a darn good cook. It seems to me that no matter the reason, becoming a chef takes education, patience, time, and a burning desire to create dishes that tantalize the palate and cause your guests to roll their eyes up into their head let out that all too familiar noise. After all, what better compliment can a Chef have when their guest actually likes what they make? Send me your ideas and thoughts as to what helped you to decide to become a Chef. I am always looking for additional information to add. Stay tuned for next week’s article. Don’t forget to bookmark us!

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