Multiple James Beard Award Winning Restauranteurs Stephen Starr and Keith McNally have partnered together for one of the most highly anticipated NYC restaurant openings of 2019. Pastis, the legendary French restaurant that crafted the Meatpacking District into the dining destination it is today is slated to reopen this Spring!
If you are a lead-by-example Restaurant Manager who knows how to train, mentor and lead a top-notch team, has a passion for delicious, flavorful food executed and served with care and consistency and someone who is capable of delivering a memorable experience to all of our guests - We want to talk to you!
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STARR Restaurants offers a competitive base + bonus package, relocation assistance, full benefits, 401k, STARR Restaurants dining discount of 40% off and 2 weeks paid vacation
3+ years of progressive management experience in a well-rated, service-driven restaurant
Prior experience opening a new restaurant a plus!
Excellent communication and critical thinking decision-making skills
Experience hiring, training and mentoring a diverse hourly FOH staff of at least 25 people
Proven ability to work well under pressure and adapt quickly to change
A positive and self-motivated disposition with a commitment to excellence and team success
A love for French cuisine & culture!
Stephen Starr is the visionary and creative force behind STARR Restaurants, one of the largest multi-concept and independent restaurant groups in the country. We’ve built our reputation by redefining expectations—moments that surprise, details that delight, and flavors that linger long after the last plate has been cleared.
From an early age, Stephen Starr knew he wanted to entertain people. At 21 he opened Grandmom Minnie’s, serving food by day and comedy by night. Next came Stars, a cabaret that featured then-emerging acts like Jerry Seinfeld, and later Ripley Music Hall, where U2 and Bruce Springsteen took the stage. In 1989, he founded The Concert Company that produced large-scale stadium acts, orchestrating memorable shows from the likes of Madonna and George Michael.