The Bitchy Waiter lives and works in New York City. When he was a little boy, he used to play “waiter” with his brothers taking their orders and serving them lunch. Sadly, his playtime has become a reality and he has been wearing an apron pretty consistently since 1990, working in restaurants in Denver, Houston and New York. In 2008, he started a blog as a way to release the frustrations that come with being in the world of food service. Writing stories on the Internet about annoying customers was better than poking the annoying customers in their eyes with forks.

The Bitchy Waiter has appeared on television as a guest on Dr. Phil and has also been a guest commentator on CBS Sunday Morning. He has been interviewed by the New York Post, U.S. News and World Report, Huffington Post, Money Magazine, Bon Appetit and countless other food and beverage websites and magazines.

He enjoys The Brady Bunch, The Facts of Life and cocktails almost as much as he hates your baby.


4 thoughts on “About

  1. Autumn Johnson

    Thank you for your article about the District Cafe’s recent Yelp! review. I would have loved this anyway… but it’s especially true since it impacts our family’s business! Hilarious! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

    Obviously we cant thank you officially :)

  2. Gayle Ryan

    When I was 15, my father sent me to Waitress in a very busy coffee shop in downtown Chicago for the summer months when we did not have school.
    I used to come home and soak my feet and roll my quarters to give to my father.
    when the 3 months were over, I asked my Father why he would send me to work in a restaurant???
    and He said ” So you will never want to be a waitress”


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