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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?

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  1. Right.

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  2. 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.

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  3. 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

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    posted by Bella
  4. 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?

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  5. 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.

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  6. 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 :)

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  7. You're welcome, Bella.

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