CETRELLA Los Altos
Accessible Fine Dining | California Coastal and Mediterranean Rim Cuisines
Cetrella seeks a personable, highly motivated team player as Server its fine dining restaurant at the Los Altos gateway. The successful candidate is a high performing fine dining server who excels at creating a premium service and dining experience for our guests. We are conducting interviews now, and welcome your application.
We provide excellent fine dining service training and you'll have the opportunity to earn excellent compensation. If you'd like to know more about Cetrella Los Altos, on our website there are reviews by Silicon Valley Magazine, Sunset Magazine, the San Jose Mercury News, Carolyn Jung | Food Gal and others journalists and food bloggers. Business is brisk, and we'd love to hear from you!
Very competitive and consistent tips
Classic Wine Service Expertise
Classic Wine Service Knowledge
Craft Cocktail knowledge
Food & Wine Pairings
Regional Expertise - France
Regional Expertise - Italy
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Mediterranean-Rim and California Coastal Cuisine
Named for Capri's panoramic Cetrella Valley, the restaurant is on ground floor corner of Los Altos’ new gateway complex with ample parking in underground garage.
Designed by Hayes Group Architects to seat 90 guests in main dining rooms, with a full bar and scalable private events contoured by floor-to-ceiling velvet curtains. Highlights of hybrid natural and tech decor include chic coastal and forest palette, and TriMark-Federighi exhibition kitchen. Large-scale commissioned artworks by Matt Farrar depict local-area scenes of creek, foothills and redwoods, in a nod to Los Altos' early reputation as the "Crown of the Peninsula" and Santa Clara Valley's as the "Valley of Heart's Delight."