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Opening Soon: Tap 42 in Fort Lauderdale, SpoonFed in Delray, Dennis Max in Boca

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Tap 42, the beer, burger, and bourbon spot that made an appearance at New Times Pairings a month before the place opens, is hiring front- and back-of-the-house staff today from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Featuring 42 beers on tap and 100 bottles, Tap 42 has apparently hired an executive chef, yet it's looking for line and prep cooks, a sous chef, and dishwashers here. It's also looking for hosts, servers, bussers, and bartenders. Check out the front-of-the-house info here.


Speaking of openings,

looks like SpoonFed is gearing up to open in Delray Beach. Head to the restaurant today only until 2 p.m. for all front-of-the-house positions for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Check out the info here.


A "successful South Florida restaurant group" with 15 years' experience is hiring for front-of-the-house positions at a new Italian restaurant in Boca Raton. Might this be Dennis Max

Despite that Johnny Rockets was ranked among South Florida's least favorite restaurants, it's apparently expanding and is looking for managers

Attempting to make in-season bank at a high-volume bar on Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach? Then this job is for you.


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