posted by Bella on .
Ms.Sue told me that the best thing would be to go and interview the chef.
but that is only for if i want to work with the chef right.
like if i was interested in restaurant management, talking to the owner would be a better choicce.. right?
Since many restaurants are parts of chains, you may want to talk with the manager of the restaurant.
A favorite local restaurant of mine is privately owned. However, the owner spent several years working for a chain of restaurants before he bought his own restaurant. This man is very accessible as he's in the restaurant mixing with customers most of the time.
and most of the time their are many chef's not just one...how do you get information out of them...since i think most of the information i need should be from the manager or the owner.
thanks, this really helped me out
one last thing...is it necessary to go to a culinary arts college or any college like GA Tech or GA state will give me what i need?
Since you want to manage a restaurant, a bachelor's degree in business would be helpful -- but probably not necessary.
Why don't you start at a junior college for two years and work at a restaurant a few hours a week? That will give you the basics. In three years, you may decide to transfer to a four-year school to earn a bachelor's degree.
ok...this is exactly what i needed to know :) thanks for all the help Ms.Sue
i'll be posting up more questions later on as i go through what you guy's have told me :)
You're welcome, Bella.