Adult Nonfiction TX945.5.D36 B74 2002
Summary: The hushed, elegant atmosphere of a fine restaurant often conceals a stressful workplace where highly trained, underpaid staffers work long and frantic hours at the whim of a driven and creatively gifted boss. New York's Daniel is one such place. With the cooperation of Chef Boulud, Leslie Brenner spent a year at the restaurant getting to know the kitchen staff, the front of the house, and the manager's office. And she reports on it all: the maitre d' shuffling reservations when a VIP shows up unannounced, the pastry chef who gets passed over for a promotion (but gets the last laugh), even the financial arrangements that keep the restaurant's doors open.
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