THE ROSE VENICE is looking for a hard working AM PASTRY COOK to join our team.
All of our desserts are seasonally inspired by what is available at the farmer's market and we prepare everything in house from scratch. We make all of the bread used in the restaurant and bakery from scratch as well, using organic and local heirloom grains that we mill in house. We make a variety of breads including baguette, bagel, pain de campagne, danish rye, and country bread.
The ideal candidate will have experience in a pastry kitchen and/or mixing, shaping, baking breads, prepping, and plating. Cleanliness, organization, and teamwork are essential to our everyday success. Bring your best everyday, be able to take criticism, and have a desire to learn and perfect your craft.
We ask that you have 1-2 years of experience in a pastry kitchen and have full availability. Starting pay is depending on experience.
Please respond to this ad with your resume.
Health Benefits For Full Time Employees After 60 Days
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American, Californian, International / Fusion
Part of Sprout LA
Rose Cafe is an iconic restaurant in the heart of Venice, serving locals and travelers alike since 1979.
Now, 36 years later, chef Jason Neroni (formerly of Superba) has kept the roots of the Rose that the community knows and loves, while introducing his seasonal, globally influenced cuisine.
Chef Jason Neroni’s menu focuses on local Southern California cuisine with an international influence from his world travels. The bakery, helmed by Jacob Fraijo and Christina Hanks (Quince/Cotogna, SF) under the mentorship of Alen Ramos and Carolyn Nugent, celebrate American classics, as well as some of the original Rose bakery classics re-conceptualized with their innovative techniques.
The sizable space, designed by local company, Studio UNLTD, includes indoor and outdoor dining with a beer garden, a full market and bakery, Verve Coffee bar, 40-foot bar with cocktails by Nick Meyer. The design aesthetic took nods from the evolution of the Venice community over the past 30 years, which has transitioned from a rough, urban bohemia to the more posh bohemia it is today. Art is also a very important aspect, as the Rose commissioned Craig Stecyk to cover one of its walls with a combination of bright 14-by-22-inch posters and imagery from the neighborhood.