Bud & Marilyn's, from the owners of Barbuzzo, Jamonera, Little Nonna's and Lolita, is opening at the PHL airport!
The popular restaurant in center city Philadelphia from Chef Marcie Turney & partner Valerie Safran serves updated American comfort food in a beautifully designed Midcentury retro space. Our goal is to bring our reputation for awesome food, drink & hospitality to this unique location. If you are passionate about food & have a friendly, upbeat personality, we want to meet YOU!
Candidates must be punctual, professional, team oriented & driven to succeed within their position.
Management positions must provide culinary & hospitality leadership, positive kitchen culture & be the team leaders through example.
This is a great opportunity for the right individuals to grow with our organization from the ground up.
We are hiring talented people for the following positions:
Concept Manager * Assistant Manager * Supervisor * Kitchen Manager * Asst Kitchen Manager * Kitchen Supervisor * Line Cook * Prep Cook * Dish Washer * Busser * Food Runner * Server * Bartender * Host * Cashier
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Part of Safran Turney Hospitality
Chef Marcie Turney grew up in Ripon, Wisconsin. Her grandparents Blaine (better know as “Bud”) and Marilyn owned a supper club for fifty years called The Spot.
Bud & Marilyn’s is an homage to the restaurant she grew up in. After more than 20 years in the business (yes, Marcie also owns a few other restaurants – Lolita, Barbuzzo, Little Nonna’s and Jamonera) she wanted to open a restaurant with a simple focus - great food + drink with genuine hospitality in the neighborhood she calls home. Her menu is American inspired and focuses on simple, well prepared comfort food.
Co-owner Valerie Safran, a former 8th grade Spanish teacher, also grew up in the Midwest and runs the front of house/financial operations for all of the pairs restaurants as well as their 3 boutiques (Open House, Verde and Grocery).
Chef Turney and Safran have been working since 2002 to help reinvent 13th Street. The pioneering duo’s ten restaurants and boutiques between Chestnut and Locust Streets have helped transform the once-desolate neighborhood into trendy Midtown Village. Safran is the buyer for all products carried in both boutiques and also serves as general manager for the restaurants. As a team, she and Chef Turney are hands-on entrepreneurs who take genuine ownership of every aspect of their businesses, from the look and feel of the spaces to the products and menus that they offer to the service standards of the staff.