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Posted: Thursday, July 20, 2017 12:12 AM


Barbara Lynch Gruppo, founded by Chef Barbara Lynch, is an acclaimed collection of seven unique and memorable culinary experiences in Boston’s Fort Point, South End, and Beacon Hill neighborhoods. All Barbara Lynch Gruppo entities are united by their core belief that their first guests are their employees. They provide weekly education on topics ranging from wine and products, emotional intelligence, to hospitality techniques. Their emphasis on development of their employees has led to a history of long-tenured staff and allowed them to serve as one of Boston’s most well-respected restaurant employers.

They are seeking a Front Server to join Menton, the city’s only Relais & Châteaux fine dining restaurant.

Ideal candidates will possess an innate desire and ability to provide refined hospitality rooted in humility and anticipation of guests’ needs. They will also demonstrate a strong work ethic that reflects respect for the products being served; the chefs who created them; and the individuals who serve them. Furthermore, ideal candidates will have a solid understanding of service etiquette and mechanics along with an appreciation of how they contribute to the hospitality experience. Servers work in partnership with their Captains, performing a number of responsibilities that directly impact guests’ dining experience. Ideal candidates should have one to two years experience in fine dining, preferably in a front/back service model. However, they are ready to train the right candidate regardless of experience.

This is a full-time position and they offer health, dental, life, 401k, paid time off, Aflac, and an EAP (employee assistance program).

For consideration, submit your cover letter and resume to Service Manager Nick Hatanaka at the email address below.

Menton is an entity of Barbara Lynch Gruppo, an equal opportunity employer.


• Location: Boston, Boston, MA

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