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Fork & Balls Opening in Fort Lauderdale: Now Hiring for 75 Positions

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Fork & Balls is opening mid-June, and it's hiring.

The new meatballcentric restaurant (that's the balls, folks) -- by the same group that gave us Tarpon Bend, YOLO, Vibe, and S3 -- is looking for people.

Fork & Balls, a new meatball restaurant concept slated to open on Las Olas Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale mid-June, is hiring for 75 positions.

If you're looking for a job in the food service industry, the 140-seat restaurant by the Restaurant People is looking for "qualified, energetic candidates for all positions," including servers, bartenders, kitchen staff, greeters, food runners, and porters.

Competitive salaries and the fact that you get to tell everyone that you're going to "Fork & Balls" on a regular basis are offered (just say it really slow to your grandma and the pastor at your church).

Applications are being accepted Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the hiring office at Vibe, located at 301 E. Las Olas Blvd. (which is different from Vibe's actual location). Bring a copy of your résumé and a smile -- after all, you're working at "Fork & Balls" (we can't stop saying it).

For more information, call 954-771-BALS (seriously) or email jobs@therestaurantpeople.com.

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