front of house Meaning in Cambridge Business English Dictionary
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Meaning of "front of house" - Business English Dictionary

front of house

noun [U]
 
 
WORKPLACE
the part of a business such as a restaurant or hotel where the employees deal directly with customers: The front of house service is ultra-efficient and observant, yet human and personable.
the employees of a restaurant, hotel, etc. who deal directly with customers: If the front of house was more knowledgeable about the ingredients, then it would save them having to ask the chef for the information.
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