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Now Hiring at Delray Marketplace: Japango, Bella Amici Pizzeria, Burt & Max's

If you're in the biz and looking for a new gig, Delray Marketplace is a hotbed of hospitality job options. With a whole host of new restaurants and entertainment venues opening over the next several months, lots of places are in search of good help, from baristas to bussers and everything in between.

Time to practice those plate stacking skills and polish up the ol' resume.

Read also:

- Frank Entertainment to Open Two Mega Entertainment Complexes in the Fall

- Burt & Max's Opening Date Set for Mid-February

Soon-to-open establishments include Burt & Max's, Frank Theatres, Bella Amici Pizzeria, Cafe Grind and Japango, and they all want a shot at your skills.

Frank Theatres, an entertainment and bowling destination, is hiring a laundry list of staff, including hostesses, bartenders, an assistant kitchen manager and line cooks.

Burt & Max's, a contemporary American joint, is looking for sous chefs, general managers and managers.

Bella Amici Pizzeria, a "pizzeria with a twist" is hiring all positions including cashiers, line and prep.

Cafe Grind, an upscale coffee cafe, is seeking baristas, cashiers and prep.

And lastly, Asian-fusion Japango is after experienced servers (preferably with Asian restaurant experience), bussers, host/hostesses and bartenders.

You can check out all the ongoing job opportunities at Delray Marketplace here.

Good luck grasshoppers.

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