Fatty Crab is looking for full- and part-time cooks, and experience is not necessary!
Mercat is looking for some cooks with a “sharp knife and a good attitude.”
A new bar serving food is coming to Vanderbilt Avenue, our old home in Prospect Heights. Hope you guys do better than Half Wine, which was rarely even half-full, yuk-yuk. Anyway, they need some bartenders.
Oy. A “brand new hip yogurt shop” is coming to Murray Hill and needs counter people.
David Chang is looking for cooks at Ssam Bar, Noodle Bar, and the bun in the oven, Ko.
Mark Strausman needs a couple of cooks.
A new 100-seat fancy “contemporary New American” place is opening in SoHo, and in the meantime, holding a back-of-house open call at Gatsby’s on Monday and Tuesday.
Wakiya is holding an open call Saturday.
Chicory, in Cobble Hill, is looking for cooks and a cashier.
Danny Meyer is looking for cooks for his catering project, Hudson Yards.
The people behind Savoy are opening a new restaurant in the East Village in late September. It seems to be the spot Eater pointed out on Avenue B. They’re looking for a lead line cook with managerial skills.
Little Giant is looking to hire an experienced line cook by September 4.
A new restaurant is opening somewhere in Manhattan in the fall and they’re looking for cooks. The ad says the place will have “a very unique operation,” and they mean unique, as in: Cooks must be willing to bus tables and clean the entire restaurant.
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on August 24, 2007