A really terrific server typically has lots of call customers -- patrons who make reservations requesting to be seated in her station -- but you don't often see diners also giving their chosen waitress a standing ovation. At Bar Natasha, though, the effervescent Heather Price gets tips and applause as one of that nightclub's singing staff. Her offstage roles include serving food and beverages and sometimes making drinks. But several times during a busy night, Price sets down her tray to climb onto the cabaret stage and belt out a tune. Her fans say she gives a star turn every time. "It's not an easy job. She needs to be both an attentive waitress and a popular singer, and Heather accomplishes both brilliantly," says owner Missy Koonce. Price had planned to be a math teacher until the performing bug bit her. Now she sings as many as ten numbers -- both as a soloist and with a group -- each weekend night. But she insists that her customers come first. "I love the chance to get up and sing, but it's just a brief break from bringing food and drinks to my customers," Price tells us. "I want them to feel the service here is as good as they'll find at Zin, Pierpont's or 1924 Main."