Lone Star Cafe Employee Reviews

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Most Lone Star Cafes have closed
General Manager (Former Employee) –  Austin, TX4 October 2017
Lone Star Café, not to be confused with other Lone Star xxx restuarants, is down to one restaurant and has possibly changed ownership since my time. It was a great place to work.
Pros
Fun Atmostphere
Cons
Low salaries, bad outlook for the company as a whole
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Server (Former Employee) –  San Antonio, TX26 September 2017
working at lone star café was never upsetting nor a bad experience. This place was a second home and it was easy money to be made on a Friday and Saturday night.
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bad to work for
slave (Former Employee) –  Masterton, Wellington13 July 2017
roasters not up no brakes told to take wen can, work load vs time dumb,manager rude and will yell at you if not getting his own way, if u wanna chef there exp bad pay
Pros
nope
Cons
not knowing what going on
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Fun work enviroment
SERVER (Former Employee) –  San Antonio, TX11 October 2014
It's a bit unorganized, but you have an ability to make good money.
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