Food News

New Restaurants Need Staff: Kapow! Noodle Bar, the Water Bar, Las Olas Wine, East End Brasserie

Today and tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Kapow! Noodle Bar is hosting an open house for back-of-the-house positions, including line cooks, prep cooks, and dishwashers. Click here for requirements, which include at least a year of experience. Sit tight, bartenders and servers: They're hiring you next week.

Formerly John Spoto's Oakwood Grill, the Water Bar is scheduled to open in Palm Beach Gardens this November. The restaurant is looking to fill server, bartender, host, and busser positions. Apply in person from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. For more information, click here

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The newly opened Las Olas Wine Cafe is looking for managers and servers who know a thing or two about wine. Visit the corporate office in Weston today, located here

Line cooks and raw-bar workers are being hired at East End Brasserie in the Atlantic Resort & Spa today from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. For more information, check it out here. 

In Delray Beach, Cut 432 is hiring cooks and raw-bar help. If you're good under pressure with a couple of years' experience under your belt, click here for more information. 

A reality show is being filmed at a Miami Beach bar that's looking for bartenders and front-of-the-house help. Send résumés with photos here for consideration. 

Servers with a passion for beer and three years of experience who live near Boca, this may be for you: English Tap and Beer Garden is hiring servers, in person only.

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