NYCRW Restaurants That Are Hiring

The summer edition of the semi-annual NYC Restaurant Week event has officially kicked off. New Yorkers can enjoy lunch and dinner deals beginning July 25th through August 19th at more than 350 restaurants across the five boroughs. Here are some participating dining establishments that you may want to check out, and are also looking to hire hospitality talent:

VANDAL

VANDAL, TAO Group’s latest concept in NYC beautifully blends the ideas of street art and street food beautifully into one setting. Have a look around–take in and appreciate the fantastic, one-of-a-kind graffiti murals. Afterwards, feast on an eclectic menu full of fusion-style small plates, specially curated by Chef Chris Santos and his team for Restaurant Week. You will not regret dining at one of the hottest restaurants in NYC right now, and especially at a fraction of the usual price.

VANDAL is looking to hire a Cocktail/Bottle Service Waitress and Maitre D’ at the moment. View job details and submit your application here.

BLUE FIN

You will not be disappointed with Blue Fin and its “simple flavors, great execution and pristine ingredients”, as reviewed by NYC.com. It is one of several BR Guest Hospitality’s dining brands, with seafood being its main focus. At Blue Fin, freshly caught fish and shellfish is paired with the season’s best produce to create dishes like lemongrass steamed mussels and oven roasted salmon. If seafood is your thing, be sure to make a reservation for Blue Fin today!

Blue Fin is currently seeking FOH and BOH staff to join their team. Click here to see all job opportunities, including Food Runner and Pantry Cook roles

SARABETH'S

Sarabeth’s, a classic NYC institution, has been an active participant of Restaurant Week for several seasons now. Yet, it continues to impress diners year after year. Visit any one of Sarabeth’s five locations across Manhattan for delicious modern, new-American foods. The BBQ baby back ribs and crispy crab stuffed zucchini are highlights of their special summer menu. Brunch is another must when making a visit to Sarabeth’s, so do take advantage of the $29 Saturday two-course prix fixe.

Want to join the Sarabeth’s team? Consider being a part of Sarabeth’s' Upper West Side location’s FOH crew as a Host/Hostess.

JUNOON

Chef Vikas Khanna, a Michelin-star chef-restaurant owner, opened Junoon in late 2009, and has since served some of the best Indian food in NYC. Due to its huge success, Khanna opened a second location overseas in Dubai. For Restaurant Week, Junoon is offering classic, yet modern, takes of traditional Southeast Asian flavors such as murgh tikka mirza hasnu, a tandoor grilled chicken appetizer. There are plenty of Indian restaurants in NYC, however, none can compare to Chef Khanna’s caliber and attention to cooking amazing food.

Learn more and apply to Junoon’s openings for Line Cooks, Food Runners, Bartenders and more.

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Harri's Hospitality Career Fair in LA

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YOU'RE INVITED TO HARRI'S HOSPITALITY CAREER FAIR!

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!
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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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Celebrating Hispanics' Leadership in the Restaurant Industry

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WASHINGTON, Sept. 24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, the National Restaurant Association is recognizing the significant contributions Hispanic individuals make to the restaurant industry, the economy and their communities every day.

During Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15Oct. 15), the National Restaurant Association is recognizing Hispanic leaders through a series of videos, profiles and social media and digital content, all housed on the newly launched AmericaWorksHere.org/CelebrateHHM site.

Did you know …

  • One-quarter of the restaurant industry workforce is Hispanic, serving in various roles from owners to those getting their start in entry-level positions.
  • Hispanic ownership has far outpaced the overall industry. The restaurant industry provides more opportunity for ownership than virtually any other industry. Between 1997 and 2007 (the most recent Census Bureau data on record), the number of Hispanic-owned restaurant businesses increased 80 percent, as compared to 36 percent for all restaurant businesses.
  • Restaurants employ more Hispanic managers than any other industry. In fact, Hispanics are twice as likely to hold a management position in the restaurant industry as they are in the overall economy.  One-fifth of restaurant managers and supervisors are Hispanic, and in the back of house, nearly one in four chefs is Hispanic.

(via PR Newswire)

 

The Restaurant Industry is an Industry of Opportunity for Women

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Restaurant Industry On Thursday December 11th, Dawn Sweeny, President and CEO of the National Restaurant Association, unveiled an open letter to policymakers regarding the various opportunities provided to women by the restaurant industry. The open letter is signed by more than 600 women stakeholders applauding the value of restaurant jobs and careers.

Unlike other industries, restaurants offer indispensable opportunities to women such as flexible hours, valuable skills and a career path without limitations. The letter, signed by women from around the country at all levels within the industry, and those who got their start in the industry, also tells the story of how women contribute to the economic recovery and growth of economies small and large.

“When the 114th Congress convenes in January, it will include, at a minimum, a record 101 women in its ranks,” Sweeney said. “That’s good news, but even more impressive numbers can be found in the restaurant and foodservice industry, where the real-life success stories show there is no limit to personal dreams and hard work.

Restaurant jobs provide opportunities for women of all backgrounds and experience levels, helping them gain the experience they need to jumpstart careers or the ability to advance toward management or executive positions more quickly than most other industries.”

The restaurant industry encourages diversity and is a place where women advance to management and leadership roles in large numbers. In their letter to policymakers, individuals across the industry and beyond highlight the important ways restaurants are working for women. Letter highlights include the following:

  • 61% of women have worked in the restaurant industry.
  • 37% of women say the first job they ever held was in a restaurant, providing a first start and career advancement for millions of people.
  • 45% of restaurant managers are women compared to an average of 38% in other industries.
  • More than half of U.S. restaurants are owned or co-owned by women.
  • Women-owned businesses are growing at a faster rate than the overall restaurant industry.
  • 92% of women who have worked in a restaurant say the industry is a good place to get a first job and learn valuable skills.

Womens Restaurant Menu of Opportunity

[Via National Restaurant Association]

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