The team behind World's 50 Best restaurant estela is looking for Server Assistants at their restaurant Flora Bar.
This is an excellent opportunity for hospitality professionals looking to advance their career. The ideal candidate will have a keen understanding of food, wine and service standards as well as a professional demeanor and, most importantly, the desire to learn and potential for growth in the company.
The Server Assistant is responsible for preparing the dining room for service, table maintenance and contributing to the general flow of the restaurant. He/She should have the ability to provide the highest standard of service, superior communication and interpersonal skills, exceptional organizational skills and the ability to handle a high volume environment.
About Us: At our locales, co-owner and chef Ignacio Mattos cooks food that is comforting and memorable, reflecting his varied experiences and the cultures of New York City, the city he now calls home. Co-owner and restaurateur Thomas Carter focuses on introducing wine producers that best reflect the texture of a place and time, much like the wines that first sparked his transition into the culinary world.
Estela has been named one of the World's 50 Best Restaurants and Ignacio was nominated for a James Beard Best Chef: New York award in 2014 and 2017.
We offer medical, dental, vision, commuter benefits, and an employee discount dining program.
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Part of Matter House
Restaurateur Thomas Carter and chef Ignacio Mattos, the partners behind estela and Café Altro Paradiso, opened Flora Bar and Flora Coffee at The Met Breuer in Fall 2016. Flora Bar takes inspiration from lively, approachable restaurants in New York and Europe and is open beyond museum hours. The menu emphasizes seafood and vegetables and strives to be tasty and playful. You can stop in for a full dinner, a small bite or a drink at the long bar.
Carter, Mattos, and their Matter House team aim to create an atmosphere of accessibility and fun similar to what they’ve cultivated downtown. The partnership with the museum came about from The Met’s desire to bring the Estela team’s light and ethereal tone—and perhaps foremost its sensitivity to the setting and location of a space—to the iconic Breuer building.