Tad's Steak House; one of the most memorable and foundational job experiences I've ever had. This was a steakhouse in the heart of San Francisco's financial district. It was truly world famous. From business executives walking over from the neighboring skyscrapers, to construction workers stopping in for a meal and from third generation locals to tourist from around the world, this steakhouse was a place for everyone. As a boy growing up in San Francisco my father used to take me to Tad's quite frequently. Situated in a victorian era building, the inside decor still mostly original, took you back in time 100 years. I fell in love with the place. The owner, Tad, would often be seen sitting alone in a corner table eating a piece of cheesecake. My father and I became friends with him and often times he invite us to eat dessert with him. He was particularly fond of me. After my sophomore year in college he offered me a job as a cashier. He quickly began giving me more responsibilities, and within 7 months he entrusted me with the keys to the restaurant and made me general manager. In the 26 year life of the restaurant, Tad never had a general manager for he would manage the place himself. It was an honor for me to accept the position, I saw it, essentially, as a position never offered to anyone else. And so began my restaurant career. I have been working in the restaurant business for the past 13 years. Managerial positions is what I have most experience and education in. I would consider myself an expert in essentially everything surrounding the restaurant business. All of my previous employers were extremely happy with the value I added to their restaurants. I have never quit a job nor have I ever been fired from a job. I'm in it for the long run. In my 13 year career I've only had two different employers.
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