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Calling All Servers, Line Cooks, Bartenders, and Hosts: Burger Bar, Steak 954, Old Calypso, and Sugarcane Need You

Burger Bar by Chef Allen, slated to open November 15, seeks servers, bar backs, hostesses, runners, line cooks, and dishwashers. The space is across from Scripps, offering indoor and outdoor seating. It's the second of his burger restaurants, with the first located in the airport. Susser's custom blend of meat and boozy milk shakes are the signatures. Interested? Follow up any day from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the location in Palm Beach Gardens. 

Stephen Starr's Steak 954 at the W Hotel is hiring servers, hosts, bartenders, and line cooks. If you're a team player with two years' experience and you're willing to work your ass off, click here.

 More listings after the jump.

Want to move to the Bahamas with your honey? "We are looking for a couple to manage/cook for a newly refurbished restaurant in Georgetown Exuma [Bahamas]." The restaurant is next to a marina. Check out the listing here

Old Calypso in Delray Beach is hiring for all positions: wait staff, line cooks, and managers. Apply in person, or check out the details here

If you don't mind the commute, the delicious Sugarcane Raw Bar in the Design District is hiring for all positions in the front and back of the house: managers, bartenders, runners, hosts, sous chefs, line cooks, sushi chefs, and pastry cooks. Apply in person Monday through Thursday from 2 to 4 p.m. For more information, click here.  

Can you toss a pizza and make your own dough? A pizza joint is looking for a pizzaiolo who won't "crack under pressure." Click here for info. 

Want to make more money as a bartender or in fine dining? The Restaurant Opportunities Center of Miami offers front-of-the-house 101 and 201 classes in November. And they're free. Check it out here

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