Rent a Server

Rent a Chicago Server or Waitstaff

Renting a server can simplify your Chicago event by greeting guests at the door, warming the food, setting the table and serving your guests. If your event has a bar or buffet, servers can replenish each when necessary. At the end of the event, the server will clean up, wash plates, glasses and flatware.

Based on your specific needs, we are able to supply a server that will be tailored to your event. Integrity, professionalism, skill and quality are some of the words to best describe Events a la Carte's staff. Call (773) 275-4018 or email us for pricing details on renting a server or wait staff for your Chicago event. Catering services and party rentals are also available through Events a la Carte.

Hire a Server for $40/hour

Server/Waitstaff Rental Details:

  • Four (4) hour minimum required for server or waitstaff rental.
  • Suburban travel additional
  • Catering and party rentals are available through Events a la Carte.

Server Uniform Options

  • White Shirt Bistro, Black Pants & Black Tie (default unless otherwise specified)
  • Black Shirt Bistro
  • Khaki Pants or Shorts
  • White Oxford Shirt, White or Black Polo Shirt
  • Full Tuxedo

Chicago Wait Staff Rental Fine Print: Be specific in your needs, so Events a la Carte can match the appropriate server to your event. A server cannot cook food from a raw state,a chef is needed for that. All staffing is a four (4) hour minimum per person on your site. Final cost will be based on the number of hours worked. Service fees will apply for any staff canceled 6 business days or less prior to the staff report time. No additional travel charges within Chicago city limits as long as public transit access is available. Additional travel changes apply for locations within Chicago city limits outside of public transit access and within the Chicago suburbs. Inquire for details.

Double Time Holidays: Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Eve & New Year's Day. 

Time and a Half Holidays: Memorial Day, July 3rd, July 4th, Labor Day, Easter Sunday, Passover, Rosh Hashanah & Yom Kipper.