Where to Eat At Coachella 2016

We're super excited for Coachella next weekend. Not only are we looking forward to the great musical acts and art, but also the amazing food lineup, featuring a few incredible Harri partners:


Top Chef Neal Fraser's concept takes hot dogs to a new level. Not only are foods made from quality, antibiotic and steroid-free meats and ingredients, Fritzi Dog offers unique selections, such as stadium style and turkey maple hot dogs. Their fries and tater tots are also popular favorites.

Want to join the Fritzi Dog team? Click here to learn more.


Superba Food + Bread, a popular brunch spot in Venice and El Segundo as well, will make their way to Indio. At Coachella, they will be serving crispy fried chicken sandwiches and other small plates. Superba is all about sharing great food amongst friends, so expect lots of sharable food options here. 

Interested in being a part of Superba's crew? They're currently hiring Cooks and Bussers.


Hanjip, a familiar name in the LA food scene, is a solid KBBQ restaurant opened by Chef Chris Oh. Coachella attendees will be able to fill up on Hanjip's delicious KBBQ rice bowls and meaty barbecue fare. They will definitely satisfy the weekend's hungry crowds.

Why stop there? Join the Hanjip team today! 


Top Round Roast Beef, the chef-driven, fast-casual restaurant will be in attendance for the second year in a row, dishing out their signature roast beef sandwiches on the Coachella fields. Find them slinging their classic sandwiches in the Craft Beer Barn area.

Top Round Roast Beef is looking to hire new members! Check out their open opportunities here

Other notables include: 

Are you going to Coachella? Check out one of our partners, take a photo on Instagram and tag #HarriEats.



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Women's History Month: 5 Pioneering Female Chefs

In celebration for Women's History Month, we will be spotlighting key female figures of the hospitality industry. These female chefs have not only changed how people see food, but also the way women are viewed in the industry that is dominated by men.

#1: Julia Child

A name that should never be left out of the discussion is none other than the legendary Julia Child. The world-famous chef attended Le Cordon Bleu in Paris, where she developed her love and talent for French cuisine. She went on to write over a handful of cookbooks and star in TV cooking shows, including the highly successful, The French Chef. Child, one of the first females chefs to be appear on television, paved the way for other women to create and produce their own cooking programs. In 1993, Child was inducted in the Culinary Institute of America's Hall of Fame, being the first woman to receive the honor.

#2: Lidia Bastianich

Another female chef that needs to be acknowledged for her culinary prowess is Lidia Bastianich. Young Lidia and her family immigrated to the United States, and opened up their own Italian restaurant in 1971 called Buonovia. It was a huge hit, so soon after they opened a second called Villa Secondo. Ten years later in 1981, Bastianich opened her own restaurant called Felidia, which earned a three star review from the New York Times. Bastianich was the first woman chef to gain such recognition. Like Child, Bastianich has been active in TV cooking shows throughout her career. She continues to run multiple NYC dining establishments with her son, Joe, and Mario Batali, under Batali & Bastianich Hospitality Group.

#3: Alice Waters

Alice Waters is famously known for pioneering  and founding California cuisine. Waters started her culinary journey with a trip to France in 1964. There she fell in love with cooking with fresh, local and organic ingredients. She then returned back to the States and opened Chez Panisse in 1971. In 1992, Waters received two awards, the James Beard Award for Outstanding Chef (a first for a female) and the Best Restaurant Award for Chez Panisse. 

#4: Cat Cora

Coming from a family of restauranteurs, Cat Cora had a lot to live up to. After earning a Bachelor of Science degree, she enrolled at the Culinary Institute of America to refine her culinary skills. In 2005, she made history for becoming the first female and only, Iron Chef champion. In addition to TV appearances, Cora has opened several high-profile restaurants, such as Ocean by Cat Cora in Singapore and Cora's Kitchen at airport terminals in Houston, Salt Lake City and San Francisco. Cora continues to be involved with Chefs of Humanity, which raises money for causes like nutrition education, hunger relief and humanitarian aid to reduce hunger worldwide.

#5: Cristeta Comerford

Filipino-born Cristeta Comerford achieved the American Dream, much like Bastianich and her family. At 23, she moved to United States for better opportunities. Her first job was at the Sheraton Hotel near Chicago's O'Hare International Airport. She also held positions at the Hyatt Regency Hotel and as a chef in two Washington, D.C. restaurants. In 1995, Comerford was recruited by Walter Scheib, the White House executive chef, to work under Bill Clinton's presidency. He left in 2005, and she went on to assume his role, becoming the first female executive chef of the White House, and the first of Asian descent.



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Harri's Hospitality Career Fair in LA



Incredible FT and PT opportunities available for FOH, BOH and Management talent. Participating brands include:

  • The SLS Hotel
  • Mendocino Farms
  • Greystone Manner
  • Nick & Stef’s Steakhouse
  • Nobu
  • BOA Steakhouse
  • Soho House
  • And MANY more!

All applicants must RSVP online in order to unlock location and job openings: http://bit.ly/HCFLA

Employers, if you want to participate in our Hospitality Career Fair in LA, contact Jeremy, Harri's Business Development Manager (West Coast) at jeremy@harri.com.



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Harri surpasses 150K members



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After reaching 100,000 members back in March of 2015, Harri is proud to announce that we have once again have reached another milestone with our community now exceeding 150,000 members!

As our community grows we will continue to work to ensure that Harri’s network of hospitality professionals is one of the finest in the industry.

Following tradition, we sat down with Ronnie, our 150,000 member, to talk about his work experience, career aspirations, and how he used Harri to help him find the perfect job.

Ronnie currently works as a Bar Back at the Polo Bar in NYC. When he’s not working at the Polo Bar, Ronnie also models and acts, appearing in several commercials.

Check out the our exclusive interview with Ronnie below:


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