Lucky Texan taco enthusiasts might have been served by Annie Clark over the weekend as she moonlit as a waitress at her sisters newly opened Mexican restaurant.
— St. Vincent (@st_vincent) October 11, 2015
St. Vincent flew into Dallas and when she arrived at Resident Taqueria, a feeling of family duty stepped in and she picked up a towel and got to work.
“I had just flown in and went to the restaurant to hang out and see what the vibe was like. When it started getting busy, it was just a case of, we saw tables that needed to be cleared, so I got a towel, and got to work. Amy and I are both pretty Type-A, get-it-done people. In addition to now owning a restaurant, [Amy] has a whole other career as a high-powered sales executive. I dislike disorder; it would’ve been egregious to just sit there when it was so busy.”
Clark describes herself as a “terrible waitress” and goes on to reveal that she’s been fired from every job she’s ever had – besides being a musician.
Pro tip from Annie: “Turns out that if you hide a margarita in the back while bussing tables and bringing out tacos, you can sneak a sip here and there. I was having a great time.”
Hungry? thirsty? when do u ever get to have Annie brings u the best tacos and margaritas to your table! #Repost @kkdubya with @repostapp. ・・・ Dallas people, go to @residenttaqueria this weekend and let waitress extraordinaire @st_vincent serve you delicious tacos y margaritas! Seriously, the food is amazing. #shortribtacos #palomastoo