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Restaurant Manager
The Leopard at des Artistes
1 West 67th Street, New York, NY, United States
The Leopard at des Artistes hiring Restaurant Manager in New York, NY

The Leopard at des Artistes hiring Restaurant Manager in New York, NY

The Leopard at des ArtistesMore Info

Full Time • Salary ($83k - $100k)
Expires: Jun 16, 2024

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Required Years of Experience

4 years


Job Details
THE LEOPARD Restaurant, located at the amazing former Cafe des Artistes landmark and part of Il Gattopardo Group - is currently looking for FRONT OF HOUSE MANAGER to be a strong floor presence, and to passionately inspire house staff about food, wine, service and Italian hospitality.

The ideal candidate must to have the ability to oversee all facets of service operations, with an emphasis on customer service and staff management.

Requirements & Skills:

* Minimum of 4 years of fine dining management level (Italian Fine Dining a plus!)
* Knowledge of Italian wines and ingredients
* Must to have a deep understanding of hospitality, excellent customer service and communication skills
* Broad experience of Toast, Opentable and Microsoft Office
* Ability to work full-time
* NYC Health Department Certificate - not required, but a big plus!

Above all, we are looking for a responsible, reliable, and mature professional to be part of our team.

Starting Salary: 83K / year plus bonus

Plus benefits: Paid vacation, Paid health / dental / vision Insurance, Paid Family Leave, Professional Education, Employee discount, Daily Meals, Bonus

If you share the same passion for the hospitality industry, send your resume to schedule an interview.

We look forward to welcoming you to the team!

THE LEOPARD

IL GATTOPARDO GROUP

ilgattopardonyc.com
theleopardnyc.com
mozzarellaevino.com

** Il Gattopardo Group provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics.


Compensation Details

Compensation: Salary ($83,000.00 - $100,000.00)

Benefits & Perks: Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Paid Time Off, Potential Bonuses, Dining Discounts


Required Skills

Fine Dining Management

Knowledge of Italian Wines and Ingredients

Customer Service

Communication

Toast

OpenTable

Microsoft Office

Nyc Health Department Certificate

Staff Management

Reliability

maturity

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Italian

Fine Dining

Part of Il Gattopardo Group

The reason for Italian culinary fragmentation is simple: With the exception of the nobility and the clergy, before WWI most Italians simply didn’t travel, and as a result every town and every valley has something unique. Neighboring towns and valleys will also share techniques, or recipes, albeit with individualistic twists, but from one end of a region to the other the picture can change completely. Therefore, when speaking of regional cuisines, it’s a good idea to keep in mind that we are really dealing with a series of local cuisines, each of which is related to those around it. Great distinctions from North to South of Italy, such as the use of fats (think butter versus olive oil), the kinds of pastas, popular vegetables - the South is much warmer and has a much longer growing season - and of course, huge foreign influences.

Given its position in the middle of the Mediterranean, Italy is a crossroads, and many foreign powers have left their mark. Quite a bit of French influence (regional French, not haute cuisine) can be find in the areas of Liguria, Piemonte, and the Valle D’Aosta bordering France, and Austro-Hungarian influences in the Veneto, Trentino Alto Adige, and Friuli Venezia Giulia. There is also Spanish influence, especially in Milano, which was under the Spaniards for a time; this Spanish influence surfaces again in the South, which was ruled by the Bourbons until the unification of Italy in mid 1800s, and in Sardinia, which was ruled directly by Spain for a time. English influence in Tuscany, where the classic bistecca alla Fiorentina and zuppa Inglese, English steak and English trifle, respectively, were initially prepared for the enjoyment of the sizeable English colony that settled Tuscany in the 1800s. Also, Jewish influences in Rome, dating to the 1500s, when Jews fleeing the Inquisition settled in the Eternal City. Finally, in Sicily you’ll find a fascinating mixture of Roman influence, Arab influences dating both to the time that Sicily was an Arab province, and to more recent trade with North Africa, Norman French influence, and Spanish influence.

The Kingdom, Naples as capital, was the largest and wealthiest of the Italian states before Italian unification. Lampedusa’s master piece, Il Gattopardo - so wonderfully portrayed by the novel, and later by Luchino Visconti’s masterpiece, THE LEOPARD - chronicles the changes in Sicilian life and society during the Risorgimento, period when Giuseppe Garibaldi, the hero of Italian unification, swept through Sicily with his forces, known as The Thousand, to create the single state of Italy in the 19th century.

Everyday food done with respect to Italian cultural traditions, absolute quality of ingredients, hospitality, and outstanding service is our formula, and life passion. We look forward to welcoming you to our home, in one of the most iconic spaces in New York City, Hotel des Artistes. Buon appetito!