Annie Clark, aka St. Vincent, has five albums under her belt (one with the great David Byrne), several accolades to her name (including a Grammy for last year’s St. Vincent) and she even designed her own guitar for Ernie Ball. But just like many of us, she’s worked a food services gig -- as recently as this weekend.

As Stereogum reports, Clark’s sister and brother-in-law are the proud owners of Resident Taqueria, a new Mexican restaurant in Dallas, and Clark lent a helping hand on Saturday (Oct. 10) as a waitress. Hard to believe, right? Here’s pictorial proof:

Of course, lucky fans who just happened to be getting their taco fix were delighted by the surprise. One such patron tweeted the singer was refilling napkin dispensers, clearing tables and restocking inventory. Later, Clark confirmed the news in her own tweet:

St. Vincent has since concluded her tour behind her self-titled full-length, but she’s set to play Neil Young’s Bridge School Benefit in Moutnain View, Calif., later this month. The concert takes place on Oct. 24 and 25 and will also feature performances from Spoon, Ryan Adams, Gary Clark Jr. and more. You can also catch St. Vincent on her weekly Beats 1 show which airs every Tuesday at 10PM EST.