We are seeking baristas with high volume experience, an artistic background and a morning friendly disposition. We are willing to train the right individuals as an entry level position if they have an outgoing personality, great attitude and can multi-task.
WHO WE ARE
LAND & SEA DEPT
Land & Sea Dept. is a concept and project development studio cohesively and creatively working across disciplines. Its principles- Cody Hudson, Jon Martin, Robert McAdams and Peter Toalson- have collective decades of involvement in the fields of art, construction, design, event production, hospitality, identity, marketing, music and woodworking. These experiences allow us to apply our unique creative perspective to a wide variety of applications.
Our projects cover a wide range of fields. Practical projects include the Chicago Athletic Association, Lost Lake, Thank You., Parson’s Chicken & Fish, and Longman & Eagle. In a more general sense we are behind or involved in art exhibitions, film screenings, live concerts, street festivals, design and branding. Our projects are ambitious, involved, and original.
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Fine Dining, Full Service Hotel
Part of Land and Sea Dept.
Cherry Circle Room is the reinvention of the iconic restaurant of the same name that has serviced the Chicago Athletic Association and its members for generations. The intimate, James Beard award-winning space ('Outstanding Restaurant Design') has been fully reimagined and restored by Land and Sea Dept., melding the building's historic original features with modern design elements that root the experience firmly in the present.
Land and Sea Dept.’s beverage director Paul McGee offers a cocktail program with an emphasis on American and Scotch whiskey, featuring both seasonal house cocktails and a rotating menu of specialty drinks inspired by an historic bartender or cocktail book. The cocktail program also includes tableside drink service, offering preparations of Manhattans, Martinis, and Old Fashioneds.
We feature an approachable and classic wine program for the Cherry Circle Room, placing an emphasis on American and French wine, with a focus on Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, and Pinot Noir dominated blends