The (Restaurant) World According to Craigslist:Buffalo Wild Wings, Circa 39, Sugarcane, Rock Steady Jamaican

​Wings behemoth Buffalo Wild Wings is slated to open in Miami, where they're hiring servers, hosts, bussers, bartenders, and cooks. There's a four day window for hiring, beginning the day after Labor Day. Check it out here
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Fans of New York's Stanton Social and Orlando's Ravenous Pig, listen up: 
a restaurant group is riffing on concepts for a new Tampa restaurant that's the flagship for multiple locations. Right now, they're looking for a Chef de Cuisine with a "very stable" work history and several years in the business. 

Miami's Sugarcane is doing a round up for candidates in all front and back of the house positions: these include servers, bartenders, line cooks, bussers, and sushi chefs. Apply in person only, Monday through Thursday from 2 to 4 p.m.

Circa 39 Hotel will screen candidates for line cooks, servers, and bussers tomorrow from 5 to 7 p.m. Click 


 for more information. 

Rock Steady Jamaican Jerk Cafe needs a jack of all trades to help manage the Boca location. Candidates should be familiar island cuisine and must be willing to prep, answer phones, serve, etc. For more information, click here

Racks in Mizner Park seeks candidates for all front of the house positions. Apply in person, any day, from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m.

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