Talk:Front of house

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Other uses[edit]

Front of House is a term that is also being adopted by the Foodservice industry. FOH is used to describe the area of a restaurant that is visible to the general public. (Back of House) would refer to the kitchen.

Thanks for letting us know about this. it's added now. 48v 17:46, 23 August 2006 (UTC)


Hi, I don't know how to do disambiguation, but shouldn't this page be that?

I agree. It seems like there are enough unrelated things here to make disamb sensible. I don't know hot to either, but I will use the help tag to try to send someone who can over here. 48v 16:13, 17 April 2007 (UTC)

I have been reading a bunch of articles on Christian Music and apparently Front of the House means something in the operations of a church. Also, in reference to the first comment above, Front of House is used across the Hospitality Industry, not just in Foodservice. The term has been used to describe the front desk and lobby area in a hotel (and jobs that are done in those areas) since at least the mid-1970's. Back of the house would refer to the laundry, the restaurant kitchen, the boiler room, etc. Gtwfan52 (talk) 04:58, 13 May 2012 (UTC)