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George Webb RestaurantsMenomonee Falls, WI
We are seeking a Restaurant Line Server to join our dedicated kitchen staff! Company Overview Since the late 40’s, George Webb Restaurants has perfected the art of being a friend in the neighborhood to thousands of people spanning every age and economic group.
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George Webb RestaurantsBrookfield, WI
To get around a city ordinance that banned establishments from being open 24 hours a day, he announced that “George Webb Restaurants are open 23 hours, 59 minutes and 59 seconds, seven days a week and on Sundays.
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George Webb RestaurantsOconomowoc, WI
Starting in the 1940’s with the Brewer teams of the American Association, and through the Braves’ stay in Milwaukee, George Webb predicted our team would win 12 straight games. Flexible hours and opportunities for all-no experience necessary we will train.
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George Webb RestaurantsNew Berlin, WI
Previous experience in cooking, culinary arts, or other related fields. In May of 1948, George opened his first hamburger parlor on the corner of Ogden and Van Buren Streets, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Through the years George Webb has changed from a simple lunch counter operation to a full-service family restaurant, offering made-to-order favorites such as breakfast fare, hamburgers, sandwiches, soups, George Webb’s famous chili and our Premium Blend coffee.
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George Webb RestaurantsMilwaukee, WI
Another famous George Webb tradition that continues today is his famous baseball prediction. It was speculated for many years that if the team would achieve the lucky streak, George Webb would give away free hamburgers.
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George Webb RestaurantsWaukesha, WI
Not long after, in 1957, Milwaukee lost an incredible entrepreneur when George Webb passed away. Three days and 168,194 hamburgers later, the payoff was fulfilled to thrilled George Webb customers and Brewer fans alike.
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George Webb RestaurantsMilwaukee, WI
We are seeking a Restaurant Line Cook to join our dedicated kitchen staff! We are seeking a Restaurant Line Cook to join our dedicated kitchen staff! Immediate part-time and full-time openings for cooks for all shifts.
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George Webb RestaurantsFranklin, WI
We’ve built the loyalty of these friends by meeting a universal need: serving good food at value prices 24 hours a day. You will assist in the preparation, cooking, and presentation of meals in our professional kitchen.
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George Webb RestaurantsBrookfield, WI
Since the late 40s, George Webb Restaurants has perfected the art of being a friend in the neighborhood to thousands of people spanning every age and economic group. Since the late 40s, George Webb Restaurants has perfected the art of being a friend in the neighborhood to thousands of people spanning every age and economic group.
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George Webb RestaurantsMilwaukee, WI
Along with his hamburgers, soups and chili, George Webb was famous for his senseless signs that read Free rabbit lunch tomorrow”, silly offers to pay $10.00 for 1,893 pennies and the two clocks that hang side-by-side on the wall in every restaurant.
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The world of work has drastically changed in the past few years. Where a good salary and a nice office might have been enough to attract talent in the past, employees today expect flexibility, growth opportunities, and a healthy work environment. In fact, 77% of applicants say they’d consider a company’s culture before applying for a job. 

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George Webb RestaurantsNew Berlin, WI
These folks continue to entertain the spirit of our founder, George Webb, and his values about the importance of C.Q.C. – courtesy, quality and cleanliness. Plan food production to coordinate with meal serving hours.
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George Webb RestaurantsGermantown, WI
Adhere to all sanitation and food production codes. In 1953, Jim Webb became the first franchise owner, when George Webb suggested to his son that he take over one of the restaurants. A large part of the company’s success is credited to our franchise owners, a dedicated group of operators who currently own and operate 80% of the restaurants.

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