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Line Cook
Grassroots Neighborhood Eatery, Chicago IL
3747 North Southport Avenue, Chicago, IL
Line Cook at Grassroots Neighborhood Eatery, Chicago IL

Line Cook at Grassroots Neighborhood Eatery, Chicago IL

Grassroots Neighborhood Eatery, Chicago ILMore Info

Full Time • Hourly (Based on Experience)
Expired on Aug 17, 2018

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1 year

Job Details
 Farm to Table Restaurant hiring EXPERIENCED Line Cooks (Lakeview) 

This is a great opportunity for a line cook wanting to learn more, have the opportunity to develop your skills and advance in the kitchen.

Grassroots Neighborhood Eatery, (from the owners of Deleece) is a family owned neighborhood restaurant serving high quality "farm to table" American fare. We are searching for experienced line cooks with grill, saute, or brunch experience. We have full and part-time positions available. 

Interested cooks should have a least one year experience working the line. We are looking for CLEAN, ORGANIZED, HONEST, RESPONSIBLE individuals with POSITIVE ATTITUDES. This is a fun, non-corporate kitchen where we take food seriously but we treat people respectfully. 

If this sounds like you and you want to work in a fun, casual but professional kitchen then email your resume for consideration. 

Required Skills

Advanced Knife Handling



Fish Cookery

Fish butchery

Food Handlers Certificate

Food Safety Knowledge


Meat Butchery

Pasta Cooking

Pizza Cooking


Servesafe Certified

Up to 200 covers a night

Vegetable cookery

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