Fall is officially the season of change and with the crisp weather, no longer being on daylight savings time New York City welcomes a slew of new restaurant openings. We've highlight some of the very best below along with the opportunities available at each concept.
What's better than working at a hot, new restaurant (or a revitalized classic for that matter)? Check out the list below.
Rainbow Room 30 Rockefeller Plaza NYC
Originally opened in October 1934, October 2014 saw the reopening of the renovated and revamped Rainbow Room. The venue offers impeccable service and refined contemporary cuisine, reinforcing its standing as a quintessential New York venue. Guests are transported by world class dining, entertainment and dancing, all set within the most elegant and elevated space in New York. The views alone are breathtaking, but the landmark design and grandeur of the room are equally unmatched.
The Rainbow Room is open for Sunday brunch and for a la carte dining and entertainment on Monday evenings. The Rainbow Room has various Front of House & Back of House positions available. For more information, click here.
Park Avenue Autumn 360 Park Ave South, NYC
The acclaimed restaurant Park Avenue Autumn has returned to the Nomad neighborhood of Manhattan, just in time to herald the season’s arrival. This casual, accessible version of the classic concept brings to life the seasonal premise of the restaurant with a physical design, cuisine, and beverage program that completely change with the season.
Park Avenue alumni Zene Flinn and Benkei O’Sullivan (Frankie’s Spuntino, ABC Kitchen) collaborated to create the autumn-inspired menu that transitions from the celebrating the last of summer’s produce to focusing on techniques like roasting and braising. Autumn dishes include The Autumn Haystack Salad with Crispy Shrimp, Halibut with Black Truffles and Briche-Crusted Poached Egg, and Pork Chop Schnitzel with Pear-Rosemary Mostarda and Capers. Other summer favorites make appearances, like Fig Carpaccio with Hoja Santa Goat Cheese and Smoked Almonds and Tarte Flambée for Two.
There is a Line Cook position currently open. If you'd like to apply, click here.
Kappo Masa 976 Madison Avenune, NYC
Adjacent to Gagosian Gallery on Madison Avenue, Kappo Masa is a collaboration between renown chef Masayoshi "Masa" Takayama and art dealer, Larry Gagosian. Kappo Masa offers a dining experience that is sophisticated yet relaxed, featuring fresh, modern Japanese cuisine. There are currently openings for Front of House positions: host, server & bartender. Click here to apply on Harri.