The Restaurant Manager is responsible for leading department-level restaurant operations; models and demonstrates leadership that is grounded in the Darden Core Values. Successful performance by a Restaurant Manager is measured by consistent delivery of balanced results through our systems, methods and procedures from the perspective of all our stakeholders. This leads to sustained growth in sales and profits achieved through personal, people, business and results leadership.
• A minimum of 2 years, current, salaried management experience in a high- volume upscale restaurant or high end resort restaurant
• Strong passion for culinary excellence, wine knowledge and guest service
• Proven ability to develop team
• Knowledge of systems, methods and processes that contribute to great execution
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Seasons 52 is on a mission—a mission to provide a better way to eat. That starts with food that is full-flavored and satisfies your cravings.
By sourcing ingredients at their peak of freshness, our chefs are able to transform them into memorable dishes all year round. We think you’ll taste the difference once you’re here. Because when we say better, we mean it.
Here, a better way to eat means providing a welcoming atmosphere and that you will leave our restaurant feeling better than you did when you walked in. We don’t think this kind of experience should be saved for special occasions – it should be something you have all the time.