Host/Hostess Quiz

 


There are 30 questions. You must achieve a 90% or higher and will have 3 attempts to do so. Good luck!

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1. 
Which staff members are allowed behind the bars at all times?

2. 
When may you use your cell phone during a shift?

3. 
Where can you find posted Level announcements concerning daily operations and other important information?

4. 
What does the name "Level" reference?

5. 
What aspects of the "party" are you directly responsible for as host?

6. 
What is the procedure for seating guests?

7. 
Why do we offer specials and features? (Select all that apply)

8. 
How frequently should you check all of the restrooms during your shift?

9. 
How many rings are allowed before the phone must be answered?

10. 
What table is being identified in the schematic above?

11. 
What table is being identified in the schematic above?

12. 
What table is being identified in the schematic above?

13. 
How long should it take you to greet a guest at the front door?

14. 
What is your role in Alcohol Awareness? (Select all that apply)

15. 
Which of the numbered photos above reflect business casual attire? (select all that apply)

16. 
Which of the options below identifies the circled stool and tables?

17. 
Which of these areas need to be cleaned/sanitized on Tuesdays?

18. 
How should you handle "The Aggressive Guest"? (Select all that apply)

19. 
How far in advance do time-off requests need to be submitted on 7Shifts?

20. 
Where can you go to access your tax documents?

21. 
Who must review that your side work is complete prior to you clocking out?

22. 
If you notice that the floor is slippery, what's the first thing you should do?

23. 
What day of the week should the entire host stand be emptied, cleaned and organized?

24. 
When should you arrive for your shift?

25. 
Who is the most neglected guest in the restaurant?

26. 
Who is responsible for covering my shift if I am unable to cover it?

27. 
What is the first thing you should do when a guest inquires about us being on a wait?

28. 
What does our small plates style of dining encourage? (Select all that apply)

29. 
Who is allowed to alter the seating rotation for servers and bartenders?

30. 
Which guests do you not have to escort to their seats?

  
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