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Boca Kitchen Bar Market holds weekend job fair

The Boca Kitchen Bar Market in Brandon will hold a job fair Friday and Saturday to fill 120 positions at its new site in the Winthrop Town Centre.

[KATHLEEN FLYNN Times]
TP_350150_FLYN_boca_5 (2/22/2012)  The imported cheese and dry aged charcuterie at Boca Kitchen Bar and Market.  Restaurateur Gordon Davis, a master of reinvention, has opened Boca which is a farm-to-table concept featuring locally grown produce and Gulf of Mexico seafood. Ciro's chef Ted Dorsey moved to head up the kitchen and much of the product they are using is sourced from Davis' own farm in Odessa.  [KATHLEEN FLYNN Times]

The Boca Kitchen Bar Market in Brandon will hold a job fair Friday and Saturday to fill 120 positions at its new site in the Winthrop Town Centre. [KATHLEEN FLYNN Times] TP_350150_FLYN_boca_5 (2/22/2012) The imported cheese and dry aged charcuterie at Boca Kitchen Bar and Market. Restaurateur Gordon Davis, a master of reinvention, has opened Boca which is a farm-to-table concept featuring locally grown produce and Gulf of Mexico seafood. Ciro's chef Ted Dorsey moved to head up the kitchen and much of the product they are using is sourced from Davis' own farm in Odessa. [KATHLEEN FLYNN Times]

The Boca Kitchen Bar Market, 11206 Sullivan St., will hold a job fair from 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday and from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday to fill 120 positions at its new site in the Winthrop Town Centre. Positions include front of the house management, chefs, kitchen supervisors, line cooks, dishwashers, servers, bartenders, bar backs and hosts. Use hr@be1concepts.com to send resume in advance. The site is scheduled to open in December. For more information, go to bocatampa.com.

Boca Kitchen Bar Market holds weekend job fair 11/11/15 [Last modified: Wednesday, November 11, 2015 1:22pm]
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