James Beard Award-winning Chef Andrew Carmellini and the New York City based NoHo Hospitality Group team recently opened an American restaurant in the exciting new Port Covington development located next door to the Sagamore Spirit Distillery, a 15-time award winning whiskey brand.
During Baltimore's industrial era, corner taverns were a prominent staple in the city of neighborhoods serving as gathering places where locals and visitors alike would go to quench their thirst, exchange stories, and enjoy Maryland comfort cuisine. Today, patrons can expect the same culinary camaraderie at Rye Street Tavern. The restaurant will offer Chef Andrew Carmellini's spin on classic, southern-inspired American fare.
Ideal candidates possess:
*A warm and welcoming delivery while processing our valued reserved and walk-in guests.
*Comfort in a fast-paced, downtown environment.
*Excellent customer service skills in person and over the phone.
*Flexible availability on nights and weekends.
*Medical, dental, and vision benefits (after 90 days of employment for full time employees)
*Paid Time Off
*Employee Dining Discount
*Additional Discounts: ZipCar, SkinSpa, Gym Membership, YogaWorks and more!
*Transit Benefit Program
*Continuing Education Classes
*Referral Reward Program and more!
***NoHo Hospitality Group owns and operates some of the country's most talked about and beloved restaurants helmed by James Beard award-winning chef Andrew Carmellini and partners Josh Pickard and Luke Ostrom. Properties include: Locanda Verde, The Dutch, Joe's Pub, The Library at The Public, Lafayette, Bar Primi, Little Park, Evening Bar, Westlight, Mister Dips, and Leuca all located in New York City, as well as The Dutch in Miami Beach and Rec Pier Chop House and The Cannon Room in Baltimore.
***NoHo Hospitality Group recently made the coveted, annual Inc. 5000 list for 2016 of the fastest growing private companies in America.The Library at the Public, Lafayette Grand Café & Bakery, Bar Primi, Little Park and Evening Bar.