Oyster Bah

Cook - Line

Position Type: 
Full Time
Shift: 
AM/PM
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Requirements

  • 6+ months of Line Cook experience
  • Ability to keep pace in a busy kitchen
Job Note: 
<i>Upscale Dining</i>
Position Title: 
Cook - Line
How To Apply: 

Please apply in person at the restaurant Monday through Friday between 1 - 3 PM.

All newly hired Lettuce Entertain You employees will be required to verify their identity and employment eligibility through the Internet-based system operated by the Social Security Administration (SSA) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

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11 Totally Outrageous Bar Snacks to Try in Chicago

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Original Article Title: 
11 Totally Outrageous Bar Snacks to Try in Chicago
Publication or Website Name: 

Zagat

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https://www.zagat.com/b/chicago/11-totally-outrageous-bar-snacks-to-try-in-chicago?utm_campaign=-&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter&utm_content=chicago&utm_term=#5
Author(s): 
Matt Kirouac

With March Madness at its pinnacle, everyone’s chowing down on bar snacks this week. While chicken wings and nachos are all well and good, it’s a welcome surprise when bars go the extra mile with beer-friendly vittles. Considering its love of bars and sports, Chicago isn’t lacking for over-the-top bar snacks. From gourmet beef jerky to cheeseburger milkshakes, these are the 11 craziest (and downright best) bar bites you need to try in Chicago right now. 

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24 of Chicago's Best Seafood Restaurants, Mapped

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Original Article Title: 
24 of Chicago's Best Seafood Restaurants, Mapped
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Eater Chicago

Source URL: 
http://chicago.eater.com/maps/best-seafood-restaurants-in-chicago-map
Author(s): 
Jeffy Mai and Jaison Chahwala

Clams, oysters, lobsters, shrimp and the list goes on and on. There's something about food from the ocean and other bodies of water that people are drawn to. Perhaps it's the variety of delicacies that harbor your plate, or maybe it's the brininess of every bite that reminds you of sandy beaches and radiant skies. Equally, for chefs, there's an immeasurable amount of diverse dishes that can be prepared with seafood. There are waves of opportunities, and creativity is the only boundary.

Busser

Position Type: 
Full Time/Part Time
Shift: 
AM/PM
Job Location(s): 

Requirements

  • Energetic, team player attitude
  • Open availability for Saturday/Sunday and weeknights
  • Ability to lift over 25 lbs throughout shift
Job Note: 
<i>Casual Dining</i>
Position Title: 
Busser
How To Apply: 

Please apply in person at the restaurant Monday through Friday between 2 – 4 PM.

All newly hired Lettuce Entertain You employees will be required to verify their identity and employment eligibility through the Internet-based system operated by the Social Security Administration (SSA) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

E-Verify Notice

E-Verify Spanish

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Fish Fridays

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Oyster Bah has a Lenten special they’re ready to share with you. During lunch and dinner every Friday from March 10th through Good Friday on April 14th, the restaurant will be serving up a Portuguese-Style Fish Stew with Cod, Clams, Mussels, Smoked Potatoes, Red Pepper, and Shellfish Broth ($23.95).

The dish is a collaboration with fellow Lettuce Entertain You Chef, Aaron Martinez, from Intro, and it’s only available on Fridays during Lent so make your reservations now!

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9 Best New Brunches to Try in Chicago

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Original Article Title: 
9 Best New Brunches to Try in Chicago
Publication or Website Name: 

Zagat Chicago

Source URL: 
https://www.zagat.com/b/chicago/9-best-new-brunches-to-try-in-chicago#2
Author(s): 
Matt Kirouac

A new year necessitates new brunch, and Chicago's got plenty. Take your pick of brand-new restaurants and just-launched menus full of weekend dishes worth braving the cold for this season. Here are nine ways to up your brunch game across the city.

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The Definitive Chicago Restaurant Guide of 2016

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Original Article Title: 
The Definitive Chicago Restaurant Guide of 2016
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Pure Wow

Source URL: 
http://www.purewow.com/food/best-new-chicago-restaurants-2016
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2016 brought us a gazillion great new restaurants (and the discovery of poké—thank God), which means that even though the year is coming to end, we have a lot of work to do. And by “work” we mean “food,” and by “do” we mean “eat.” The point is: We’re hungry. So here are our 20 favorite new restaurants from this year. May your 2017 calendar be filled with reservations.

Ema Chicago

C.J. Jacobson, a former Top Chef, is bringing Cali vibes to River North. We’re talking kabobs, small plates and hummus that puts that tub of Trader Joe’s to shame.

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Oyster Bah Introduces Weekend Brunch

(Chicago)- Oyster Bah is excited to announce its brand new weekend brunch beginning just in time for New Year’s Eve on Saturday, December 31st.

Every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the restaurant will feature a small menu of specialties, along with three different Frittatas and a selection of Early Start Happy Hour drinks. See the menu for all brunch offerings.

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