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Host / Hostess
a.kitchen and a.bar
135 S 18th St, Philadelphia, PA, United States
Host / Hostess at a.kitchen and a.bar

Host / Hostess at a.kitchen and a.bar

a.kitchen and a.barMore Info

Part Time • Hourly (Based on Experience)
Expired: Sep 6, 2019

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a.kitchen is currently seeking an upbeat, highly energetic host/hostess to join our team! Inquiries should be excited to join a team of service professionals that are passionate about our craft, and excited to develop with our company.
 
Our busy Rittenhouse restaurant serves three meals a day to neighborhood diners and sophisticated hotel guests. We are known for our extensive wine cellar and up-scale French inspired cuisine. We offer food and wine training for the right candidates and opportunity for advancement. 
 
Executive Chef Eli Collins has created a seasonal vegetable driven French inspired menu. Under the direction of Eli Kulp and Ellen Yin of High Street Hospitality Group (Fork, High Street on Market and High Street on Hudson in NYC), a.kitchen has been named One of America’s Best Wine Restaurants by Wine Enthusiast and awarded Three Bells by Philadelphia Inquirer critic Craig LaBan.

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a.kitchen and a.bar, are contemporary American restaurants located in AKA Rittenhouse Square Hotel Residence in the heart of Center City, Philadelphia. a.kitchen showcases one of the country’s most innovative wine and spirits programs. Executive Chef Eli Collins has created a seasonal vegetable driven French inspired menu. Under the direction of Eli Kulp and Ellen Yin of High Street Hospitality Group (Fork, High Street on Market and High Street on Hudson in NYC), a.kitchen has been named One of America’s Best Wine Restaurants by Wine Enthusiast and awarded Three Bells by Philadelphia Inquirer critic Craig LaBan.

(215) 825-7030