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Host & Hostess
Bandera Restaurant, Corona Del Mar, CAGarden Grove, CA
Greeter (Host) *positions are available.
$175 - $250 a day Part-time
Last updated 30+ days ago
Host & Hostess
Bandera Restaurant, Corona Del Mar, CAFullerton, CA
hillstone.com, or read this profile in Bon Appetit magazine: We look forward to meeting you soon!
$125 - $150 a day Part-time
Last updated 30+ days ago
Host & Hostess
Bandera Restaurant, Corona Del Mar, CALaguna Beach, CA
hillstone.com, or read this profile in Bon Appetit magazine: We look forward to meeting you soon!
$125 - $150 a day Part-time
Last updated 30+ days ago
Host & Hostess
Bandera Restaurant, Corona Del Mar, CANewport Coast, CA
hillstone.com, or read this profile in Bon Appetit magazine: We look forward to meeting you soon!
$125 - $150 a day Part-time
Last updated 30+ days ago
Host & Hostess
Bandera Restaurant, Corona Del Mar, CALong Beach, CA
hillstone.com, or read this profile in Bon Appetit magazine: We look forward to meeting you soon!
$125 - $150 a day Part-time
Last updated 30+ days ago
Host/Hostess
Lazy Dog Restaurants, LLCWestminster, CA
Associated topics: anfitrióna, anfitriónes, host, hostess, mesero, servidor de banquetes, steward, tasting, wait staff, waiter
Full-time
Last updated 3 days ago
Restaurant Host/Hostess, Hollywood
NeueHouse HollywoodLos Angeles, CA
Qualifications: + Minimum 1 year of hospitality or customer service in a fine dining restaurant + Has knowledge of restaurant reservation system + Has the ability to input data in the POS system + Must be service orient ed with excellent customer service skills + Excellent communication and interpersonal skills ?
Full-time
Last updated 30+ days ago
Host / Hostess
Lazy Dog Restaurants, LLCArtesia, CA
You understand the proper techniques of leading a guest to their table, seating, distributing the menus, and final words.
Full-time
Last updated 15 hours ago
Host / Hostess
Gyu - Kaku Japanese BBQSherman Oaks, CA
Job Description: The Host/Hostess schedules reservations, answers telephone, seats customers, clears and sets tables, following established guidelines, procedures, and policies as prescribed by company standards.
Part-time
Last updated 13 hours ago
Host / Hostess (Full - Time)
Compass Group USA IncLos Angeles, CA
Terms and conditions: Wolfgang Puck Catering is committed to recruiting individuals who express an interest in and passion for hospitality-driven experiences; who come from diverse backgrounds, are open-minded and curious about our clients and guests; and, most of all, who possess a welcoming smile and spirit.
Last updated 12 days ago
Hilton: Host / Hostess (Jean Georges Beverly Hills - Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills
HiltonHawthorne, CA
The Waldorf Astoria has an opening for a Full-Time Host/Hostess at Jean-Georges Beverly Hills!
Last updated 10 hours ago
Host / Hostess
Lazy DogOrange, CA
You understand the proper techniques of leading a guest to their table, seating, distributing the menus, and final words.
Full-time
Last updated 3 days ago
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