Barbara Lynch Collective, founded by Chef Barbara Lynch, is an acclaimed collection of seven unique and memorable culinary experiences in Boston's Fort Point, South End, and Beacon Hill neighborhoods. All Barbara Lynch Collective entities are united by our core belief in the employee above all; by providing weekly education on topics ranging from wine and products, to emotional intelligence, to hospitality techniques, we are able to provide each guest, through our employees, with an experience that goes beyond the culinary alone. Our emphasis on the development of the individual has led to a history of long-tenured staff and allowed for us to serve as one of Boston’s most well-respected cultural communities.
No. 9 Park, our James Beard-award-winning flagship fine dining restaurant, is currently seeking a polished, professional, warm, and self-motivated individual to join the team as a Host.
Our Hosts and Reservationists play a vital role in the fabric of No. 9 Park's hospitality, as they are the first point of contact for our guests and have the unique opportunity to make guests' experiences memorable right from the start. The role requires organization, attention to detail, and the ability to manage multiple projects at once.
For those who are new to fine dining, the Host position is a great entry point into this dynamic industry, with possibilites for future growth.
Familiarity with Open Table Guest Center is a plus.
Wage starts at $14/hour and is negotiable based on previous experience, plus coat check tips(seasonal).
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Part of Barbara Lynch Collective
Located in an elegant townhouse in Boston’s historic Beacon Hill, No. 9 Park provides an intimate setting in which to enjoy Chef Barbara Lynch’s refined cuisine. The menu showcases an artful blend of regionally-inspired Italian and French dishes with an emphasis on simplicity and flavor. Our wine list includes a number of old world wines from boutique vintners selected by award-winning wine director Cat Silirie. From the thoughtfully selected wines to the warm hospitality, No. 9 Park continues to set the standard for fine dining in Boston, and has received numerous accolades including, but not limited to, AAA Four Diamond Rating, 2012 James Beard Foundation Award for Outstanding Wine Program, and Boston Magazine’s Best of Boston and 50 Best Restaurants lists.