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Host /Reservationest
Vetri Cucina
1312 Spruce St, Philadelphia, PA 19107
Vetri Cucina hiring Host /Reservationest in Philadelphia, PA

Vetri Cucina hiring Host /Reservationest in Philadelphia, PA

Vetri CucinaMore Info

Full Time • Hourly (Hourly + Tips)
Expired: Jul 24, 2020

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2 years

Job Details

Vetri Cucina is looking to expand it’s family with the addition of a host/ reservationist who portrays warmth, professionalism and a dedication to service. Our hosts and reservationist are an integral part of our team, participating in all aspects of nightly service as well as organizing the days book. They work alongside captains, servers, bartenders and the chefs to ensure the best dining experience for our guests.

Ideally our candidates will have:

-2+ years experience working in the service industry

- working knowledge of the reservation system Tock is a plus, not a requirement

- willingness to take direction, grow and receive/ask for help

-a passion for food, service and beverages

- time management skills

-Being able to multitask such as running food, beverages, managing the front door and assisting in clearing/resetting the dining room

-Open availability is a must

We look forward to hearing from you!

Compensation details

Health Insurance after 3 months, 401K after 1 year

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Vetri Cucina has the longstanding reputation as being one of the most respected and influential Italian restaurants in the country. The restaurant was conceived, in part, from its chef/owner/namesake’s long-held belief that people should strive to be their own boss. After years of working in some the finest kitchens in Italy and the U.S., Chef Marc Vetri returned home to his native Philadelphia, took over the intimate townhouse restaurant that was once home to the lauded Le Bec Fin and started to cook. In the early days, it was just him and one other cook in the kitchen. His business partner, sommelier Jeff Benjamin, manned the front of the house. Together they opened the doors in September 1998. It proved to be a stunning debut, as Vetri Cucina —with its outstanding rustic fare, handcrafted pastas, innovative flavor combinations and artful presentations—gained a fast following amongst diners, critics and fellow chefs alike.