A restaurant manager is someone who is the 'face' of a restaurant and whose main responsibilities are to deal with any customer service issues, and to ensure that the food quality coming out of the kitchen is the best it can be. He or she also deals with any staffing issues and ensures that everything runs as smoothly and profitably as possible.

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