Top Restaurant Reddit IAmA's The latest Restaurant IAmA's collected from Reddit RestaurantIAMA Bar owner in Dublin, Ireland on Paddys Day! It's that time of year again! I think this will be my third year doing this. I am the owner of The Thomas House, situated in the historic Liberties district of Dublin. It's paddys day, one of the busiest days of the year. I'm here to answer your questions and keep you up to date on what's happening here. Ask me anything!

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Ill be posting pictures throughout the day and evening to Instagram at el_bang_gar

Fri, 17 Mar 2017 0:00:00 EDT
RestaurantWorker at Dairy Queen for over 5 years Thanks to you all for such a fun time! If I missed any of your questions you might be able to find some of the answers in my new book, BLITZED: Drugs in the Third Reich, out today!

Mon, 06 Mar 2017 0:00:00 EDT
Restaurant-LiveIamA Lead Waiter at a 4-AAA-Diamond, Michelin-Rated Restaurant. I make over $110k a year. AMA! My short bio: I've been in the restaurant industry for about a decade with five years in fine dining. Graduated from college in a STEM field, but starting salaries couldn't match what I was doing in the restaurant, so I decided to stay a while.

A few years went by and I kept climbing diagonally within the industry and ended up in a high end restaurant with a huge staff and high-end clientele.

I have worked most positions within the front of the house in a restaurant, ranging from food runner, bartender, to manager, hosting, and waiting tables.

It's a unique industry, with really unique people. You end up working with some very driven people and some very lazy people.

Nonetheless, I'm open to any questions about the industry or the fine-dining in general.

My Proof: Provided to the Mods.

Wed, 01 Mar 2017 0:00:00 EDT
RestaurantIamA pizza delivery driver in a big college town. I'm going on year three and I've seen it all. AMA! My short bio: I live in a big college town known for the good football team. Ask me anything!

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Edit: Thank you guys so much for the questions! I'm going to sleep now but I'll be back in the morning if you're still interested.

Mon, 16 Jan 2017 0:00:00 EDT
RestaurantIamA retail worker at Krispy Kreme AMA! I am a retail worker at a relatively new Krispy Kreme location. This is my first job and I have worked nearly all positions on the retail side. AMA!


EDIT: Wow, didn't think I would get this big of a response! Thanks! I'm headed off for now, but feel free to drop in your questions and I will try to answer them. Thanks again! :)

Sun, 25 Dec 2016 0:00:00 EDT
Restaurant-LiveIamA McDonalds Employee AMA! My short bio: I've been working at McDonalds (Corporate not Franchise) and have learned alot of neat things about how it opporates and about the food AMA

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Edit: I'm not really busy today so I'll be checking it throughout the day and replying (might still say live since i leave window open), but I'll try and get back to everyone Asap, but not gonna be as active as i have been

Sat, 24 Dec 2016 0:00:00 EDT
RestaurantHey Reddit, I Am A Taco Bell employee who works graveyard shifts in a state where marijuana is legal. Ask Me Anything! Hello, I am Dr. Justin McWilliams, an interventional radiologist at UCLA (!

I specialize in using medical imaging (x-ray, CT, etc.) to treat your medical issues in a minimally invasive way, often helping patients avoid major surgery.

Working through a tiny incision, we can do some amazingly powerful things: open clogged vessels, eradicate cancer with ice probes, control life-threatening bleeding, shrink enlarged prostates, ablate varicose veins to make your legs look and feel great, and kill tumors with chemotherapy delivered directly to their blood supply. And that is just a small sample of what we do! More info here:

I divide my time between treating patients and performing medical research. Ask me anything about interventional radiology, cancer treatment, minimally invasive solutions to your medical problems, the world of academic medical research, exciting new technologies in medicine, or anything else!

Proof: News segment I was featured in with more info:

Edit: Hey all, I have to go to angio club (this is like a little club where dorky IR doctors show each other cool cases and drink cheap wine). This was really fun, have never done it before. Planning to come back to answer more questions tomorrow morning at 11 am EST. Feel free to share on your social media so we can generate more fun questions. Thanks everyone! -Justin

Edit #2: Will have to go at 1 pm EST- I am giving a lecture on HHT and liver AVMs at 1030 here in California, and my chairman will be there, so I better be on time. Thanks!

Edit #3: Have to go, but I'll be back when I have time, since I am a little OCD and can't leave questions unanswered, it will haunt me. Special thanks to UCLA resident physician Kevin Seals ( for telling me about Reddit and helping put this together. Reaching out to Kevin on Twitter is probably the best way to get ahold of me if needed. Cheers everyone!

Tue, 22 Nov 2016 0:00:00 EDT
Restaurant-LiveI’m an Australian overnight McDonalds Manager of 5+ years and have seen it all. AMA! My short bio: Hi Reddit! I’m John, a McDonald’s overnight manager of 5+ years. I feel like I have seen all the craziest things you would expect and more. Feel free to ask me anything. I can also answer any questions in relation to running a business, as I do that in my spare time.

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Edit #1: Since many people here have asked, the business I recently started is Gym Supplements Box. We make boxes of full-sized gym supplements, giving everything necessary for muscle and cardio workouts.

Working at McDonlads and running a fitness business, yes the irony..

Fri, 28 Oct 2016 0:00:00 EDT
RestaurantI am a 3rd shift Waffle House waitress! AMA! Hey folks! I'm Ryan Morrison, better known as Video Game Attorney, and today I'm here with my new show co-host and superior attorney colleague "Ultra David" (or David Graham /u/ultraaaa). If you can name someone in video games, esports, or YouTube/Twitch, we've probably worked for, with, or against them in some capacity. We're here to answer anything you'd like to know, and to promote the hell out of our new show Rampart style.

Our Show (Going live at 12pm PT today!)

And please please please donate to our 24-hour charity stream for Able Gamers - Happening Oct 8:

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DISCLAIMER: Nothing in this post creates an attorney/client relationship. The only advice I can and will give in this post is GENERAL legal guidance. Your specific facts will almost always change the outcome, and you should always seek an attorney before moving forward. We are American attorneys licensed in New York and California. And even though none of this is about retaining clients, it's much safer for me to throw in: THIS IS ATTORNEY ADVERTISING. Prior results do not guarantee similar future outcomes.

Mon, 19 Sep 2016 0:00:00 EDT
RestaurantIamA Staff member of a McDonalds in the UK. AMA! I'm a member of staff at a McDonalds restaurant in the UK. Might get in trouble for doing this so I'm trying to keep myself fairly anonymous. On the other hand, it does mean I'm willing to talk freely about any aspect of McDonalds. AMA!

EDIT: I'm going off now guys, I've actually got to start a shift at half 6. I'll keep an eye on the Reddit and answer questions if I get the chance. Hope you've enjoyed my little insight.

Mon, 01 Aug 2016 0:00:00 EDT
Restaurant-LiveiAMa Waffle House Waitress AMA! My short bio: I'm a rapper that's releasing Lebron Flocka James 4 tonight at 6.

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Sat, 30 Jul 2016 0:00:00 EDT
RestaurantIamA Waffle House 'Grill Operator' AMA! I am a Waffle House grill operator in a medium sized town in western North Carolina! Ask me anything your heart desires

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Fri, 01 Jul 2016 0:00:00 EDT
RestaurantIamA, or rather was, a McDonald's General Manager for the better part of 15 years, maybe longer. I'm hoping not to die there - AMA My! - a little about my experience - I was(still am?) a loser high school sort of drop out, who started out with a part time job at the Golden Arches in a small New England town, and later moved way south to a suburb of a major metro area.

I worked my way up through the McD's ranks - from crew person to general manager. This was 99% with a franchisee - I started in late 90s, and left a time or two. I remained with them, for the most part, for the greater part of 15 years. I tremble saying that.

The experiences I went through were interesting, I suppose. I like to tell myself that I got promoted because I was the best, but probably I was just there long enough. I did, however, go through McDonald's transition to the Made for You system 15 years or so ago, saw many sandwiches come, go and die, watched them do stupid things from a store view. I ran several stores that were about to be repossessed by the McDonald's Corporation, and kept that from happening (this, in particular, will kill you, and there is no reward), watched a sexual harassment case that startled me, fought the labor board, fended off ravenous health inspectors. Fun times.

I know, or at least I think I know, quite a bit at the store level. Or did. Do. Sometimes. There is a ton I don't know - my focus was a grunt store manager making others a bit of money. A lot of money to us poor wage slaves.

Here's my proof -

Hope that linked up well - I certainly can't compete with the importance of some our more distinguished guests (Dawkins, have you ever had a Shamrock Shake?), but here I am.

My Proof: Enter link here

Fri, 27 May 2016 0:00:00 EDT
RestaurantI am Chris Santos, I've created 3 top-rated restaurants in NYC, I am a judge on Food Network's Chopped and I only have 3 days until I open my first restaurant in Vegas. Ask Me Anything! I am the owner and Executive Chef of three wildly popular restaurants located on the lower east side in New York City," The Stanton Social", "Beauty and Essex" and "Vandal".

I am also known for my appearances on the popular Food Network series "Chopped", The Rachel Ray Show, The Today show and The CBS early show. I also appeared in the movie "Hitch", and worked as a consultant on several other films.

I am 3 days away from opening my first restaurant in Las Vegas, Beauty & Essex inside the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.


Thanks everyone for the questions, I have to get back to work now but the next time you are in Vegas, I encourage you to check out Beauty & Essex in the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. For more info, visit

Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: @beautyandessexlv Snapchat: BeautyVegas

Thu, 12 May 2016 0:00:00 EDT
RestaurantI opened a Hot Sauce Shop/Tasting Bar 3 years ago and I'm an expert on all things spicy. AMA! Hey reddit! My name is Dylan and along with my partner Becky, I opened a Hot Sauce Shop in Berkeley about three years ago. We offer about 300 varieties of hot sauce and we have over 50 bottles out on our tasting bar every day. Plus we offer things like spicy chocolates, chips, powders, and candies. I've eaten the hottest chile in the world (the Carolina Reaper), I grow chiles, and make spicy popcorn seasonings and seasonal hot sauces (next batch will be out around September). For some more background, check out this article from when we first opened.

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EDIT: This has been awesome so far - I'm gonna go eat some dinner, but I'll be back to answer some more questions in a few hours. I'll definitely get to all of them, so keep 'em coming!

Fri, 29 Apr 2016 0:00:00 EDT