Workers Rights

26 Jan 2023

5 Things That Can Ruin a Server’s Day Before the Restaurant Even Opens

Far too often, customers are the scapegoat for making the day of a restaurant server a miserable one. But alas, dear customers, for it is not only you who know how to spoil a shift. We servers are quite capable of having a soul-crushing shift and it might have absolutely nothing to do with you.

Bitchy Waiter 1
12 Jan 2023

5 Times Your Server Wants to Laugh at You

Restaurant servers are great actors. They must present the image that they are happy to be at work and eager to serve people while behind that facade, they are very often the exact opposite. If it was possible to earn money with a “poker face” waiters and waitresses wouldn’t need

Bitchy Waiter 5
05 Jan 2023

5 Things Restaurants Need to Say Goodbye To in 2023

Can we please be finished with the little buzzers that tell customers when their table is ready? We have cell phones that can do that without having to hold a piece of plastic that lights up and vibrates like a toy from the 90s.

Bitchy Waiter 7
29 Dec 2022

Our 10 Most Read Articles of 2022

2022 is coming to a close, so let’s take a look back at a year of journalism with our most-read articles in each category on

Alex Mak - Managing Editor 0
14 Dec 2022

Elon Musk Faces Even More Trouble at Twitter HQ

In every direction he looks, Tesla CEO Elon Musk faces a bevy of unenviable troubles. His albatross, Twitter, is reportedly losing $4 million per day. Meanwhile, building inspectors found impromptu living quarters on the eighth floor of their San Francisco headquarters. Former employees are taking legal action against him. Rumors

Jake Warren 1
07 Dec 2022

Twitter CEO Elon Musk Reportedly Forcing Workers to Sleep On-Site

Twitter is allegedly forcing its few remaining employees to sleep in makeshift bedrooms at its Market Street headquarters. A whistleblower alerted San Francisco’s 311 service, backed up by a Forbes report that described conference rooms rudely converted to “modest bedrooms featuring unmade mattresses, drab curtains and giant conference-room telepresence monitors.” Anonymous employees

Jake Warren 5
17 Nov 2022

The Worst Job of All? Finding a Job

By Allison S. It’s 8 am on a Monday and the now over 100k (and counting) unemployed SF and Alameda County residents pour their cup of joe (definitely no Starbucks today) and log in to LinkedIn with a fresh dose of high hopes to begin searching for a job opportunity that looks

Guest Writer 0
16 Nov 2022

I Need To Get Real With You for A Minute

I get that this is the cost of doing business, but the flip side is that nearly all media, from music to writing to photography, is now expected to be free. The traditional business model has failed, and the only sustainable one going forward is for readers to support the publications they love and rely on.

Broke-Ass Stuart - Editor In Cheap 0