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Food Server / Cook Located
George Webb RestaurantsWauwatosa, WI
George Webb Restaurants. Food Server/Cook Located in Wauwatosa. Below, please find related information to help you with your job search. Unfortunately, this job posting is expired.
Part-time
Restaurant Server
George Webb RestaurantsGermantown, WI
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.
jobsearcher.com/articlesRestaurants Host Job Description
The host stand is an ideal place to not just learn a restaurant, but also to improve your organizational and communication skills.
As our host is the first person our patrons meet, you will be expected to appear well put together at all times and always be "on stage" in the dining room.
Restaurant Line Cook
George Webb RestaurantsWauwatosa, 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.
Restaurant Line Cook
George Webb RestaurantsNew Berlin, 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.
Food Service Server Wauwatosa
George Webb RestaurantsMilwaukee, WI
George Webb Restaurant has opportunities for great people to join our teams as a server on all shifts at our location in Wauwatosa on 122nd and North Ave. Our servers and cooks enjoy daily tips, employee meal program, and a flexible work schedule.
$12 an hour
Food Server / Cook Located
George Webb RestaurantsHales Corners, WI
Food Server/Cook Located in Hales Corners. Don't worry, we can still help! 12 - $19 Per Hour. Hales Corners, WI.
Full-time
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Servers And Cooks Store Opening September
George Webb RestaurantsWaukesha, WI
Immediate part time and full time openings for servers and cooks on all shifts at a new location reopening in Waukesha on Sunset Drive. In May of 1948, George opened his first hamburger parlor on the corner of Ogden and Van Buren Streets, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Servers / Cooks
George Webb RestaurantsNew Berlin, WI
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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