Employment opportunities may still be a little scarce, but the new Cabo Flats Cantina and Tequila Bar opening at the Delray Marketplace is going to need some hired hands to run things.
The company is currently looking to fill about 100 positions in all: 40 kitchen and 60 front-of-house jobs.
This will be the second location of the Mexican restaurant, with the original still serving food and drinks at Downtown at the Gardens in Palm Beach Gardens. The new location will fill a 7,300 square-foot space in the Delray Marketplace, across from Frank Theatres.
The Mexican restaurant and tequila bar is slated for an opening sometime in October/November, although a precise date has not been decided. The positions are a mixture of part- and full-time. No details on benefits at this time. Cabo Flats doesn't plan on holding hiring fair, however, so applicants should email their resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://caboflats.com/cabo_flats_employment.php.
The economy is still not in the best shape a-la-pre-2008, but it could be getting better. Luckily for those in the hospitality industry, fall and winter are "season" in South Florida and there are plenty of new spots opening up.
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