Abe Fisher is hiring an Assistant Manager to join their team. The assistant manager is dedicated to exceptional hospitality standards. The assistant manager is the person the general manager counts on the most. This person will lead the front of house team on the importance of strong floor presence, f&b product knowledge, and the guest experience as the backbone of the restaurant. You must have a strong work ethic with a team-player attitude. Excellent beverage knowledge is a plus. Expect back-end responsibilities like scheduling and ordering. This is a full-time position, and 2 years experience is required.
Abe Fisher is part of a growing family of restaurants with CookNSolo Restaurants, co-owned by multiple James Beard Award-winning restaurateurs, Michael Solomonov and Steve Cook. In a fine-dining atmosphere, Abe Fisher’s mission is to celebrate the generations of traditions that make up Jewish cooking in America today. Sister restaurants to Abe Fisher are the landmark restaurant Zahav, Federal Donuts, Abe Fisher, Goldie, and The Rooster all in Philadelphia.
Basic Floor Service
Classic Wine Service Expertise
Classic Wine Service Knowledge
Craft Cocktail knowledge
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Part of COOKNSOLO Restaurants
Co-owned by multiple James Beard Award winning restaurateurs from Philadelphia, Chef Michael Solomonov and Steven Cook, the distinctive CookNSolo restaurants are: pioneering Israeli restaurant Zahav (237 St. James Place, 215-625-8800) a two-time recipient of the rare “Four Bells: Superior” rating from Philadelphia Inquirer critic, Craig LaBan; Abe Fisher (1623 Sansom Street, 215-867-0088) serving contemporary twists on old-world Jewish cooking; Federal Donuts (1219 S. Second Street; 1632 Sansom Street; 3428 Sansom Street; 701 N. Seventh Street; 540 South Street; 2101 Pennsylvania Ave at Whole Foods Market Center City and a seasonal concession at Citizens Bank Park) the coffee, donut and fried chicken shop known for tantalizing flavors; Dizengoff (1625 Sansom Street; 2101 Pennsylvania Ave at Whole Foods Market Center City) an authentic, Israeli-style hummusiya; The Rooster (1526 Sansom Street, 215-454-6939) a diner-style Jewish deli that donates 100% of its profits to its non-profit partner, Broad Street Hospitality Collaborative, which provides essential services to Philadelphia’s most vulnerable citizens; and Goldie (1526 Sansom Street; 2101 Pennsylvania Ave at Whole Foods Market; 3401 Walnut Street at Franklin’s Table Food Hall) a vegan and Kosher falafel shop serving fried fresh-to-order falafel, fries and tehina milkshakes.