BEVERAGE Sample Clauses

BEVERAGE. It is agreed that any service performed for banquet bars, and the current method of wine sales which will remain status quo, all other banquet beverage service charges will be paid to the employees providing the service, at 68% of the service charge paid by the guest, effective the date of ratification.* * Service Charge (Host Bar): 68% Bartenders 7% Banquets House Person 25% Management Bartenders and banquet house persons shall receive an itemized breakdown for each meal period worked and their service charge every two (2) weeks.
BEVERAGE. There is no regular work week for employees in the bar, in the Senator Bar & Grill. Employees shall be called in on an as-needed basis.
BEVERAGE. The regular work week in the Chardonnay's Bar shall be up to thirty (30) hours worked in five (5) days.
BEVERAGE. Each Beverage shall be produced in accordance with a Formula furnished by Customer. Each Formula shall be subject to approval by Packer. Approved Formulas shall be set forth in the Beverage Product Exhibit. Notwithstanding Packer's approval, Customer shall be exclusively responsible for the Formula used for each Beverage including, but not limited to consumer acceptance thereof and compliance with federal, state and local law (statutory or common law) governing the composition of food and beverage products.
BEVERAGE. All beverage service must be contracted through the hotel using the Ocean Beach Hotel’s licensed beverage partner. The Ocean Beach Hotel and its beverage partner have the right to refuse service to any individual or group. Noise Permits Due to complicated zoning and noise issues, we are required to notify surrounding properties within 300 feet of residential/business area of any atypical noise that may be projected from within property boundaries. The Ocean Beach Hotel is classified as a multi-residential zone. Between the hours of 9 am to 9:45 pm, decibel reading needs to remain under 85 decibels. The Hotel is committed to abiding by these regulations. All amplified sounds must cease promptly at 9:45 pm. Actions taken in disregard to the noise requirements are subject to hotel fines and possible fines set by Court of San Diego, in addition to all costs in conjunction with claims filed through the Neighborhood Code Compliance Officer. Parking Parking is provided complimentary for all Hotel guests that are staying at the Hotel. Parking for guests of the event, who are not staying at the Hotel, are subject to the daily parking rate posted at the entrance to the parking lot, based on availability. This rate varies from $10 - $20 depending on the time of the year. Valet parking is strongly recommended for groups larger than 25. There is also public parking available on the street. Contract Agreement By signature of the Ocean Beach Hotel “Event Contract,” you are agreeing to follow and abide by all hotel rules and regulations, hotel guidelines and event guidelines applied. By signing this contract, the Ocean Beach Hotel is allowed to charge the credit card given in the amount of the required deposit for the event. Hosting Party Name: Email: Cell Phone Number: Date of Event: Guest Count: SIGNATURE:
BEVERAGE. Best efforts will be made to prepare shift bids by home base work area which may include different start times. Where a forty (40) hour work week in one home base is not available, shift bids may be prepared encompassing more than one home base work area. In the Beverage department, the Employer will make best efforts to minimize the number of start times and to rotate all employees through various sections of the Gaming Floor, subject to business and operational requirements. LETTER OF UNDERSTANDING #2 - BANQUETS Banquet employees will not participate in the shift bid process. Banquet schedules will be prepared based on business and operational requirements but do not constitute a guarantee of hours to be worked. Best efforts will be made to ensure changes are made to the schedule with forty-eight (48) hours’ notice to the affected employees. Full-time banquet employees will be scheduled first, then regular part-time banquet employees, then employees from other Outlets including Beverage Servers, Bartenders and Barbacks, who are seeking to maximize their hours. Where extra hours are available, the Employer shall schedule those shifts by reverse order of seniority from among all Outlet employees including Beverage Servers, Bartenders and Barbacks who have not maximized their hours, subject to their skill, knowledge and ability to do the work. This is to be done prior to incurring overtime or engaging casual/agency employees. Full-time employees will follow a two (2) week rotation between days and swing shift, where business and operational needs require coverage on two (2) shifts. Full-time and regular part-time banquet employees may only giveaway/switch shifts among other full-time and regular part-time banquet employees, pursuant to Article 16 of the Collective Agreement. When full-time and regular part-time Banquet employees are unable to maximize their hours in Banquets, they are permitted to pick up available shifts in the Outlets, subject to their skill, knowledge and ability to do the work. Should hours later become available in Banquets on the day the employee picked up the shift, the Employer will give first right to return to their home position. Employees, who volunteer to maximize their hours in an Outlet, will be paid the rate of the position they pick up. Gratuities will be paid in accordance with that Outlet.

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  • Alcoholic Beverages USER hereby acknowledges and agrees that no alcoholic beverages shall consumed or possessed by USER its agents, contractors, employees, patrons, performers or guests while in, on or about the Authorized Area.

  • Food Only persons approved from time to time by Landlord may prepare, solicit orders for, sell, serve or distribute food in or around the Project. Except as may be specified in the Lease or on construction drawings for the Premises approved by Landlord, and except for microwave cooking, Tenant will not use the Premises for preparing or dispensing food, or soliciting of orders for sale, serving or distribution of food.

  • Food and Beverage All food and beverages (alcoholic and non alcoholic) which are located at the Hotel (whether opened or unopened), or ordered for future use at the Hotel as of the Closing, including, without limitation, all food and beverages located in the guest rooms, but expressly excluding any alcoholic beverages to the extent the sale or transfer of the same is not permitted under Applicable Law (the “F&B”);

  • Food and Beverages Only persons approved from time to time by the Landlord may prepare, solicit orders for, sell, serve or distribute foods or beverages in the Building, or use the elevators, corridors or other Common Elements for any such purpose. The Tenant shall not permit in the Leased Premises the use of equipment for the preparation, serving, sale, distribution, or dispensing of food and beverages except with the prior written consent of the Landlord and in accordance with arrangements approved by the Landlord.

  • Laundry Uniforms provided by the Employer to employees will be laundered by the Employer.

  • MERCURY ADDED CONSUMER PRODUCTS Contractor agrees that it will not sell or distribute fever thermometers containing mercury or any products containing elemental mercury for any purpose under this Contract.

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  • Games The Private Party shall not be entitled to introduce any arcade type amusement or gaming machines into the Restaurant Facility without the prior written approval of SANParks.

  • KITCHEN The kitchen is for warming purposes only. It is equipped with commercial freezer and refrigerator, two large microwaves, and deep sinks for clean-up. Please remember that if warm drinks are put in the refrigerator, it may take a long time for the drinks to get cold. The Hancock Park District does not provide catering.