Required Years of Experience
Laser Wolf is an Israeli shipudiya or “skewer house” located in the Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia, led by the award-winning team behind Zahav. We are hiring a fired-up runner to be a part of the Laser Wolf team.
Direct responsibilities include:
- Delivering and describing food eloquently and efficiently
- Supporting servers and bartenders
- Expediting food quickly and precisely
- Assisting Back of House with organization
- Acting as a liaison between the kitchen and the floor
- Supporting fellow front of house team members
The right candidate is exceedingly dependable, puts forth a great attitude, is looking to both learn and grow every day, and is committed to the tight team. Candidates with an open schedule strongly preferred. Working weekends is required. There is opportunity to grow for the right candidate. Please reply with a resume, a paragraph about yourself, and your availability. In addition to $16 hourly, this position is tipped.
Laser Wolf is co-owned by chef Michael Solomonov and Steve Cook of CookNSolo restaurants, who combined are five-time James Beard Award winners. The distinctive CookNSolo restaurants are: Zahav, Dizengoff, Federal Donuts, Abe Fisher, Goldie, K’Far, and Merkaz all in Philadelphia.
Compensation: Hourly ($16.00) plus tips
Benefits & Perks: Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Paid Time Off, Dining Discounts
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Part of CookNSolo Restaurants
You can't walk far in Israel before you're greeted by the seductive aroma of something delicious cooking over charcoal. It's not the sweet scent of hardwood - it's an aroma suggesting toasted spices, or charred fish skin, or chunks of marinated lamb. More than hardwood smoke, charcoal harmonizes with its subject. It teases out and accentuates its essence. If hard hardwood is the brash young cook who wants to transform every piece of food in the kitchen, charcoal is the mature chef who understands that restraint is often the best seasoning.
In Israel a father grilling lamb on the beach is joined by his son, a soldier who has driven hundreds of kilometers to spend a few precious hours with his family. The barbecue is the means, not the end –– the journey, not the destination. It brings people together –– at restaurants, parks, the beach, in the backyard, even on the side of the road. Sure, there are faster and more convenient ways to cook. But where is the joy in that?
Opened in February 2020, Laser Wolf is an Israeli skewer house from the team behind Zahav – apply to join our restaurant family today.