Required Years of Experience
Goldie – the vegan and Israeli falafel shop serving fresh-to-order Falafel, French Fries with shawarma spice, and Tehina Shakes, all in throwback digs – is hiring a Front of House Manager to join their tight and dedicated team.
This candidate has a guest-first mentality, and is skilled at staying upbeat in a high volume, fast-pased and lively atmosphere. This person is friendly and organized, and works well in a team-driven culture. They are self-motivated and committed to a positive attitude. They are responsible for daily orders, and inventory oversight. Working on weekends is mandatory.
Goldie hosts 4 locations: the flagship in Rittenhouse Square (1526 Sansom Street ); Franklin's Table Food Hall (34th & Walnut streets in West Philly); Whole Foods Market Center City (2101 Pennsylvania Avenue); and as of October 2021, Fishtown (1601 N Front Street).
Goldie is in the CookNSolo Restaurants family, a group co-owned by chef Michael Solomonov and Steve Cook who combined are five-time James Beard Award winners. The distinctive CookNSolo restaurants are Zahav, Dizengoff, Federal Donuts, Abe Fisher, Goldie, K’Far, Merkaz, and Laser Wolf – all in Philadelphia. We so look forward to hearing from you.
Compensation: Hourly ($16.00) plus tips
Benefits & Perks: Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Paid Time Off, Dining Discounts
Part of CookNSolo Restaurants
CookNSolo is the trailblazing and nationally beloved hospitality group from chef Michael Solomonov and Steve Cook, champions of Israel's extraordinarily diverse and vibrant culinary landscape. Together, Mike and Steve have been awarded three James Beard Foundation Awards, with Mike awarded two additional Beard Awards for his work as Chef of Zahav, which includes "Outstanding Chef", 2017. The distinctive CookNSolo restaurants are: pioneering Israeli restaurant Zahav (237 St. James Place), a two-time recipient of the rare “Four Bells: Superior” rating from Philadelphia Inquirer restaurant critic, Craig LaBan; Abe Fisher (1623 Sansom St.), serving contemporary twists on old-world Jewish cooking; Federal Donuts (multiple locations), the coffee, donut & fried chicken shop known for tantalizing flavors; Dizengoff (1625 Sansom St.), an authentic, Israeli-style hummusiya; Goldie (1526 Sansom St.; 2101 Pennsylvania Ave at Whole Foods Market; 3401 Walnut Street at Franklin’s Table Food Hall), a vegan and Kosher falafel shop serving fried fresh-to-order falafel, fries and tehina milkshakes; K'Far (110 S 19th St.), an Israeli bakery and café; Merkaz (1218 Sansom St.), an Israeli pita sandwich shop and cafe; and Laser Wolf (1301 N Howard St.), a bold + inviting Israeli skewer house.