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Originally posted by Willy Franzen on June 26, 2013. Updated through a sponsorship agreement.
Posted by Willy Franzen on June 26, 2013. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Graphic Designer||New York, NY|
|Backwaiters||New York, NY|
|Service Director||New York, NY|
|Concession Stand Workers - Nationals||Washington, DC|
|Director of Sales and Special Events – Experienced||San Francisco, CA|
|Host/Reservationist||New York, NY|
|Porter||New York, NY|
|Reservationist||New York, NY|
|Kitchen Porter||New York, NY|
|Sommelier||New York, NY|
While I’ve been getting much better about making healthy food choices, sometimes it’s impossible to resist a burger, fries, and a milkshake. It’s hard to find a more efficient, yet enjoyable way to consume calories. If you’re going to do it, you need to do it right–and that means going to Shake Shack (we’re getting one in Chicago soon!). It may sound like a dive, but it’s actually run by the same restaurant group that runs one of New York City’s best restaurants (Gramercy Tavern) and used to run one of the world’s best restaurants (Eleven Madison Park). The company is called Union Square Hospitality Group, and they’re based in New York, NY. They have restaurants that fill every niche, and they’re all excellent. I’ve been to a couple of them (with multiple visits to Shake Shack), and I’ve always enjoyed my meal.
Danny Meyer is the man behind much of Union Square Hospitality Group’s success (25 James Beard Awards between him and the group). He’s both a chef and a businessman, and you can learn more about him here. You can learn about all of USHG’s restaurants here, and you should also read up on the group’s Philosophy and History. It’s really impressive what they’ve accomplished in less than 3 decades. You can be a part of the continued growth by checking out Union Square Hospitality Group Careers page. I won’t list out all of the opportunities because there are so many, but there are both front of house, back of house, and more “corporate” options (with plenty that are appropriate for a new or recent grad).
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Have you been to any Union Square Hospitality Group restaurants?