Harri's Kitchen Culture: The Little Beet

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[embed]https://vimeo.com/142189433[/embed] For the latest edition of Harri's Kitchen Culture we turn our attention to Chef Franklin Becker and his restaurant “The Little Beet”, to find out what makes it one of the best gluten-free restaurants to work for in the city. Opening its doors in January of 2014 “The Little Beet”  prides itself on preparing 100% gluten-free meals utilizing local, seasonal, and natural ingredients.

Chef Franklin Becker learned to use simple ingredients to create dishes that were both flavorful and healthy. More than a restaurant, The Little Beet embodies the lifestyle of healthy eating with the goal of spreading that lifestyle to others.

Treating its staff as more of a family or team than just employees is one of the many reasons why The Little Beet has such a great workplace dynamic. Food aside, its The Little Beet's loyal team that deserves the credit for its success and popularity. Employees are required to have a strong work ethic and a willingness to learn, with The Little Beet team training them on the ins and outs of the business.

With another location on Long Island and additional locations coming to Park Avenue, NY and Washington DC, it looks like The Little Beet is on a mission to deliver healthy and delicious food to the masses.

See The Little Beet’s page for additional information.

The Little Beet (Midtown) 135 West 50th Street between 6th and 7th Avenue New York, New York 10020 (212)-459-2238

 

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