Management was nice for a little while, but they became bitter and unfriendly, ultimately not understanding of an individuals mental health and limits. The best day was good-paced, friendly, with a minimal amount of stress. The hardest part is the expectations and unrealistic duties they put upon one person at a time. It was just not feasible, like too many tasks at once/end of the night closing duties. Management became fussy after a while and the culture became removed and not respectful. At first it was a good place, but as you ask for accommodations (whether physical or mental) or begin to show signs of not doing the best you can, that is when you get in trouble. If you really need a job, you can work here, and it is decent.
Free lunches and flexible schedule.
Not enough work to do in the mornings, hierarchy unfairness, unrealistic expectation, too much work for one position at night.