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Bartender at Flora Bar and Coffee at The Met Breuer

Flora Bar and Coffee at The Met BreuerMore Info

Part Time • Hourly (10 + tips)
Expires on Jul 1, 2019


Requirements

2 years


Job Details

Job Details

Flora Bar, the Upper East Side restaurant from chef Ignacio Mattos is seeking enthusiastic, skilled, and motivated bartenders.

Our menu features classic raw bar and seasonally-influenced dishes interpreted in Ignacio's subtly unexpected way. The wine program concentrates on classic regions of the Old World with a particular focus on organic wines, and over 300 selections on the wine list. We have a full bar serving both classic and specialty cocktails, craft beers, and an engaging lineup of spirits. Applicants must be highly motivated team players with strong knowledge and interest in food and beverage and must have a positive attitude to excel in this fun and dynamic atmosphere.

Candidates interested in joining our team must have availability on weekends. 

We are an equal opportunity employer.

Please paste your resume and professional references in the body of the email when responding to this ad. We look forward to meeting with you!


Required Skills

Ability To Lift 40+ Lbs

Basic Floor Service

Beer Knowledge

Craft Cocktail knowledge

Food & Wine Pairings

Spirits/Cocktails Knowledge

Wine Knowledge

Experience in a High Volume Environment

Food / Beverage Pairing

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