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Kirkland Tap & Trotter seeks cooks and service staff!
There was a time that cooks had to choose between working in a good restaurant and getting paid or choose between working crazy hours and working in a place that doesn’t serve interesting food. There was a time that Craigie on Main was known as the bootcamp of kitchen in Boston that only the truly passionate could survive. We are growing up as a restaurant and want you to grow with us. We still work hard BUT …
Now you can have it all!
Tony Maws’ new restaurant, the Kirkland Tap and Trotter, is looking to follow Craigie on Main to make 2015 the year of the cook!
– 40 to 45 hour work weeks
– Strong, competitive pay
– Employer contribution to great affordable healthcare
– Employer contribution to supplemental vision/dental insurance
– Yoga classes
– Paid time off
– Free Hubway memberships
– Working with the finest product available
– A better education than culinary school
Check out our kitchen! We have opportunities for you to work, have a life AND get paid to learn how to be a good cook.
Check out our Facebook page!
Apply to firstname.lastname@example.org with:
2. Favorite thing from our Facebook page
Servers – earn $150-$300 nightly in the tip pool!
Everyone loves a great opportunity. Check us out:
We are grounded in the principles that have driven our success – incredible ingredients, care and accuracy in preparation, determination to push the envelope, and devotion to guest satisfaction.
Strong pay package with benefits including PTO, health, dental, vision, Hubway accounts, access to yoga classes.
Successful servers that balance hustle and hospitality should reply to
1. a cover letter
2. resume and
3. what do you like best from the videos in this posting