National Waitstaff Day is celebrated on the May 21 of every year. National Waitstaff Day was created to thank all waitstaff for their hard work to make our dining experiences an joyful one. Waitstaffs are those who work at a restaurant or a bar. They attend customers and supplies them with food and drink as requested. They work very hard to bring the food to your table at the right time to give you the best dining experiences. Hence Waitstaff Day is a day to appreciate their hard work and to raise awareness among the people about the challenges they face.
History of National Waitstaff Day
The exact origin and the founder of National Waitstaff Day are still unknown. The difference between your dining experience being poor and good totally depends on the Waiters or Waitresses. The food may be delicious, but the attentiveness and attitude will change the entire dining experience. There are those waitresses who go out of their way to ensure that you have the best dining time at their restaurant or bar. Hence it is a day to appreciate and to thank them for their hard work.
Other Celebrations on May 21
May 21 is also celebrated as
- World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development
- Rapture Party Day
- National Memo Day
- I Need A Patch For That Day
- Global Accessibility Awareness Day
- National Notebook Day
How to Celebrate National Waitstaff Day
Celebrations the National Waitstaff Day is quite simple. Visit your nearby restaurant and thank you waitstaff. The best way to appreciate their hard work is by acknowledging them with a huge thank you and treating them with extra care and respect every time you visit. You can also thank them by giving a sizable tip. Take pictures with your waitstaff and share them with others on social media by using the hashtag #WaitstaffDay.