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Floor Manager
CarneVino Italian Steakhouse
3325 South Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV, United States
Floor Manager at CarneVino Italian Steakhouse

Floor Manager at CarneVino Italian Steakhouse

CarneVino Italian SteakhouseMore Info

Full Time • Salary (Based on Experience)
Expired on Apr 20, 2017

2 years

Job Details

We are currently looking for experienced Managers to join our team at Carnevino Italian Steakhouse! We are part of the Batali & Bastianich Hospitality Group.

Experience required:
- Minimum 2 years of fine dining experience
- Knowledgeable of Open Table and Micros
- Working knowledge of Italian Wines

Job Requirements of this full-time position include:
- Overseeing the restaurant and front of house service team
- Assisting in developing educational class curriculum for front of house service team
- Upholding standards of service and ensuring guest satisfaction
- Assist in wine sales

We offer full benefits: vision, dental, medical, 401k

Compensation details

full benefits: vision, dental, medical. 401k

Required Skills

Classic Food / Wine Service

Classic Wine Service Knowledge

Conflict Resolution

Customer service

Experience in a Fine Dining Establishment

Experience in a High Volume Environment

Food Preparation Knowledge

Food Safety Knowledge

Hospitality / Management Degree

Menu development

OpenTable or other

POS Systems

Staff Management of 75

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Joe Bastianich's interpretation of the classic steakhouse "al'Italiano" is set in the magnificent royal villa back drop of the Palazzo in Las Vegas.

Back in January 2008, Joe Bastianich opened his third Las Vegas restaurant, an ode to the Italian steakhouse with a name that blends the meats and wines within.
Carnevino, one of the best steakhouses in Las Vegas and a regular on the Eater 38, became a must-eat with its steaks dry-aged for at least 90 days (and sometimes up to 240 days), veal, pork, and lamb dishes, along with poultry and seafood specials. Of course, handmade pastas also make the menu.