We are seeking hosts with a background in fine dining with ultra-pleasantries. You will be responsible for handling the front line and being the first positive experience our guests have. Experience is a must for host consideration but we will train the right individual if they can smile through the phone, think on their feet, and maintain composure in the midst of a high volume atmosphere. Both full time and part time positions available, however, full time is preferred.
WHO WE ARE
LAND & SEA DEPT Land & Sea Dept. is a concept and project development studio cohesively and creatively working across disciplines. Its principles- Cody Hudson, Jon Martin, Robert McAdams and Peter Toalson- have collective decades of involvement in the fields of art, construction, design, event production, hospitality, identity, marketing, music and woodworking. These experiences allow us to apply our unique creative perspective to a wide variety of applications.
Our projects cover a wide range of fields. Practical projects include the Chicago Athletic Association, Lost Lake, Thank You., Parson’s Chicken & Fish, and Longman & Eagle. In a more general sense we are behind or involved in art exhibitions, film screenings, live concerts, street festivals, design and branding. Our projects are ambitious, involved, and original.
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Located on Michigan Avenue across from Millennium Park, the newly restored Chicago Athletic Association will celebrate its high-spirited, social club atmosphere, and sports-driven heritage amid outstanding restaurants, bars and lounges. Originally designed by prominent architect Henry Ives Cobb in 1893, the Venetian Gothic 250-foot tower, deemed a Chicago landmark, was designed to give the Chicago Athletic Association a distinctive identity when viewed from the lakefront by visitors of Chicago World’s Fair. The hotel’s restoration has taken extra care to keep elements of the building’s late 19th century architectural details intact and create a contemporary atmosphere that pays homage to Cobb’s original design. From colossal fireplaces with extraordinary bas-relief woodcarvings, 19th Century stained glass windows and ornate marble staircases, the Chicago Athletic Association parallels the narrative of American cultures and aesthetics. Land and Sea Department will be responsible for the food and beverage areas located on the second floor.