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Me & Julio | Star Brands LLCHastings, MN
  • New Go ahead of others.
  • The Greeter welcomes and seats all guests in a friendly manner.
  • Assists in maintaining the overall guest flow of the restaurant.
  • Greeters work in a team-oriented, high-volume, fast-paced, environment.
  • Accommodate any special needs or requests of guests.
  • Demonstrate genuine hospitality and set the stage for an exceptional dining experience by making every single guest feel welcome upon arrival
  • Engage in friendly conversation as you seat guests in a timely fashion
  • Introduce guests to their Server
  • Maintain a clean and organized work area and complete cleaning as assigned
  • Make reservations when guests call or in-person
  • Manage restaurant waiting list during high volume to accurately set guest expectations
  • Open door for Guests arriving and departing
  • Sincerely thank Guests as they leave and invite them to return
  • Bus and reset tables
  • Perform bathroom checks every half hour.
  • Must have upbeat, outgoing and positive attitude
  • Must be able to assist guests and possess great guest relations skills
  • Ability to work positively in a fast-paced environment
  • Excellent verbal communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work effectively within a team
  • Ability to be on your feet and alert for extended periods of time
  • Brand: Me & Julio
  • Address: 350 33rd Street Hastings, MN - 55033
  • Property Description: 110 - Hastings
  • Property Number: 110

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