Flora Bar is the third restaurant from chef Ignacio Mattos, located in Marcel Breuer’s iconic building occupied by the Met Museum. In the dining room, Flora Bar’s offerings reflect the nuance and international influence of its downtown sister, Estela. Flora offers a wide range of options like classics including shrimp cocktail and seafood towers, to salads, lamb ribs and croquettes. Flora currently seeks experienced Servers. Applicants must be a highly motivated team player with strong knowledge and interest in people, hospitality, service, food and beverage. Candidates must have a positive attitude to excel in this fun, fast-paced and beautiful atmosphere.
Candidates interested in joining our team must have availability on weekends.
2+ Year Experience in New York City Restaurants
Passionate and Knowledgeable About People, Food, Wine, Beer & Spirits
Ability to Learn Quickly
Driven, Hardworking and Enthusiastic
Positive Attitude and Customer-Service Oriented
Great Sense of Humor
Good Communication Skills
Well Rounded, i.e Knowledge of Music, Art, Fashion, Literature, News, etc.
We are an equal opportunity employer.
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From the chef/owner of the critically-acclaimed restaurant Estela in Nolita and Café Altro Paradiso in SoHo, comes Flora Bar and Flora Coffee. Flora Bar takes inspiration from lively, approachable restaurants in New York and Europe and is open beyond museum hours. The menu emphasizes seafood and vegetables and strives to be tasty and playful. You can stop in for a full dinner, a small bite or a drink at the long bar.
The Flora Bar team aim to create an atmosphere of accessibility and fun similar to what they’ve cultivated downtown. The partnership with the museum came about from The Met’s desire to bring the Estela team’s light and ethereal tone—and perhaps foremost its sensitivity to the setting and location of a space—to the iconic Breuer building.