Ema

Cashier

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Full Time/Part Time
Shift: 
AM/PM
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Requirements

PLEASE NOTE: This position is located out of Rotisserie Ema.

  • At least 6+ months of experience
  • Weekend availability
  • Team player, hardworking, and can keep pace in a busy restaurant
Job Note: 
<i>Casual Dining</i>
Position Title: 
Cashier
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).

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Get a Taste of Spring in Chicago With These 13 New Dishes

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Original Article Title: 
Get a Taste of Spring in Chicago With These 13 New Dishes
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Zagat

Source URL: 
https://www.zagat.com/b/chicago/get-a-taste-of-spring-in-chicago-with-these-12-new-dishes
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RHUBARB AND RAMPS AND ASPARAGUS, OH MY!

Even though Chicago didn’t have much of a winter this year, it’s still refreshing to see spring ingredients like fiddlehead ferns and rhubarb start to sprout on menus across town. As the weather continues to warm and restaurants freshen up their menus, there are plenty of bright new dishes to try. From a spring-splashed steak to various preparations of those obsessed-over ramps, here are 13 new spring dishes to try in Chicago. 

Server

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

Requirements

  • At least 1 year of experience
  • Weekend availability
  • Team player, hardworking, and can keep pace in a busy restaurant
Job Note: 
<i>Casual Dining</i>
Position Title: 
Server
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

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California's Flavors and Ingredients Spread Coast to Coast

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Original Article Title: 
California's Flavors and Ingredients Spread Coast to Coast
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Plate

Source URL: 
http://plateonline.com/food/californias-flavors-and-ingredients-spread-coast-coast
Author(s): 
Angela Almeida

 Anjali Pinto

It should come as little surprise that the gold standard for locally sourced cuisine was established by the Golden State. But you don’t have to work there to transport California’s fresh bounty and flavor across the country.

Cook - Line

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

Requirements

  • At least 6+ months of Line Cook experience
  • Weekend availability
  • Team player, hardworking, and can keep pace in a busy restaurant
Job Note: 
<i>Casual Dining</i>
Position Title: 
Cook - Line
How To Apply: 
  • Please apply in person at the restaurant Monday through Friday between 2 - 4 PM.
  • OR you can email your resume to acovert@leye.com with "Line Cook" listed in the subject line.

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

Right to Work

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How to build a better pantry, according to Chicago chefs

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Original Article Title: 
How to build a better pantry, according to Chicago chefs
Publication or Website Name: 

Redeye Chicago

Source URL: 
http://www.chicagotribune.com/redeye/restaurants/ct-redeye-build-a-pantry-chicago-chefs-20170222-story.html
Author(s): 
Moira Lawler

Take a mental inventory of your pantry. Maybe it’s stocked with random cans of beans, SpaghettiOs and instant noodle packets that date back to the days before the Ramen Renaissance.

Now, imagine your pantry isn’t just a last resort for those nights when you open the fridge to find nothing remotely appealing. Imagine instead that it’s packed with non-perishables that are actually useful.

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Best things we ate and drank in 2016

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Original Article Title: 
Best things we ate and drank in 2016
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Crain's Chicago Business

Source URL: 
http://www.chicagobusiness.com/article/20170210/ISSUE03/170209833/best-things-we-ate-and-drank-in-chicago-in-2016
Author(s): 
GRAHAM MEYER AND JOANNE TRESTRAIL

. . . and drank last year

The two-martini lunch belongs to the Mad Men now, but the one-craft-cocktail lunch can still put a drop of intemperate indulgence in the workday. Here are six of our favorites from the past year of lunching, with light annotations on some of the more obscure ingredients. — G.M.

Boots With the "Fir" — Ema ($12)
Tequila Tromba Blanco; St. George Terroir gin; lime; Granny Smith apple; Douglas fir eau de vie, a clear brandy infused with Douglas fir buds; almond

 

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Santa Barbara Wine Dinner With Rajat Parr

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Join us for  Ema’s first ever, wine dinner featuring wines from Sandhi Winery in Santa Barbara, California, served alongside a mezze feast of Ema favorites and specialty dishes crafted by Chef CJ Jacobson. The dinner will be led by wine maker Rajat Parr, who is the author of the 2011 James Beard Foundation Beverage Book winner, Secrets of the Sommelier, as well as recipient of the 2015 James Beard Award for Outstanding Wine Professional.

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Best things we ate and drank in 2016

Source Info
Original Article Title: 
Best things we ate and drank in 2016
Publication or Website Name: 

Crain's Chicago Business

Source URL: 
http://www.chicagobusiness.com/article/20170210/ISSUE03/170209833/best-things-we-ate-and-drank-in-chicago-in-2016
Author(s): 
GRAHAM MEYER AND JOANNE TRESTRAIL

The two-martini lunch belongs to the Mad Men now, but the one-craft-cocktail lunch can still put a drop of intemperate indulgence in the workday. Here are six of our favorites from the past year of lunching, with light annotations on some of the more obscure ingredients. — G.M.

Boots With the "Fir" — Ema ($12)
Tequila Tromba Blanco; St. George Terroir gin; lime; Granny Smith apple; Douglas fir eau de vie, a clear brandy infused with Douglas fir buds; almond

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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
Publication or Website Name: 

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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