DishWhat makes 'Dish: Women, Waitressing & the Art of Service' so watchable are the variety of spots we visit along the way, from all-nude greasy spoons in Montreal to the finest haute-cuisine dining in Paris.

Whatever social class their restaurant caters to, the women of 'Dish' are people who serve, comfort, inform, and sometimes offer a rare touch of femininity to a man's daily routine. By no means a feminist piece, director Maya Gallus has done an excellent job of simply capturing the environment these women work in. Some of the waitresses are happy, some are stuck, and others are knowingly capitalizing from the objectification of their bodies. All live off their tips.