Food News

Broward and West Palm Restaurant Jobs for Beer Geeks, Rum Runners, Sandwich Makers, and Sports Fans

Attention, Oktoberfest junkies: Cafe Heidelberg is hiring. Though no requirements are articulated, I would imagine knowing German and harboring a love of Deutsch bier wouldn't hurt. Check it out here

Are you from Chicago? A Chicago bar is opening in Fort Lauderdale and the owners are looking to hire people from the area. Send a photo and résumé here

More gigs after the jump.

Reef Road Rum Bar is looking for servers, cooks, and bartenders with three to five years of experience. Bring a pen and expect to be tested on-site during open interviews the afternoons of October 5 and 6. 

The Grill on the Alley in Aventura is looking for bartenders, along with Steak 954Edge Steak & Bar, and George's on Sunset -- which requires six years of experience. 

For restaurant types looking to get out of the industry: a Delray home seeks a chef. The pay starts at $55 a meal. Here's hoping they'll appreciate 30 Minute Meals over Slow Food USA.

Sports junkie servers, bartenders, food runners, and cooks: Neighborhood Sports Bar and Grill seeks front- and back-of-the-house staff with five years of experience. Check out the requirements here

Sandwich fiends with "a sense of urgency," this may be your gig. Jimmy John's is hiring. If you can "rock out" superfast sandwiches and deliveries, you're in demand.

Bartenders looking to make a little extra: Seminole Hard Rock is hiring 25 people for a theme party in Lauderdale and a reggae event in South Beach. For more information, click here.

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