Restaurant Girl is in San Francisco magazine this month!
An anonymous veteran waitress and freelance journalist offers readers "an inside slice of restaurant life" with her lively blog at RestaurantGirISpeaks.blogspot.com, a mix of gossipy accounts of restaurant drama; philosophical musings on her life as a waitress; and detailed, food snobbish reviews of local restaurants. Anyone who's ever worked in the restaurant business will chuckle knowingly at her insights, but even if you haven't spent any time as a server or host you'll enjoy her confessional, perky prose, The site perfectly conveys the ups and downs of work in the food-service industry, bemoaning the stinginess of a transvestite Barbara Walters look-alike one day, rejoicing that her new hairdo got her some extra-good tips the next.
One post mischievously describes a particularly slow and unlucrative evening that she and a co'worker spent sneaking across the street
to a dive bar to pound drinks. Restaurant Girl never names the places she's worked, so part of the fun is guessing which restaurants she's writing about. So far I've gleaned that what she calls "The Bistro" is a little place somewhere in Pacific Heights and that "The Res' taurant" is near Market and Church. As she posts more, maybe we can figure out exactly which places she'o giving us the dish cn.