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Social events at the restaurant fell under one of two categories: those hosted officially by management, and those hosted independently and unoffically by various employees amongst each other (occasionally including management; these events were effectively invite-only, and spread by word-of-mouth). The official management-run events usually constituted birthday parties for long-standing employees, and those for holidays (like Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas). These events were usually held at the store, and constituted in various parties bringing outside food into the back. These events also occasionally constituted those held at the restaurant before opening, or after closing. The unofficial social events usually included casual, get-togethers hosted independently by various employees. These included some birthday parties (held at a local bowling alley after closing), some casual get-togethers (usually held at the same local bowling alley, and on one instance, a breakfast at a local diner (held well before the restaurant opened). These unofficial events were usually invite only, and spread through word-of-mouth.
They have bowling for social events.
They have a holiday party, and (for my location) lots of off-site hours where they are at a fair, or out with the community somewhere. Very Fun.