Server Halls Chophouse Nashville


Full Time • Halls Chophouse Nashville
Are you looking for a life-changing opportunity to elevate your career? Halls Chophouse Nashville is your chance!  As a member of our team, you will be on the front lines in one of the nation’s best restaurant companies, voted #3 Overall Restaurant and #1 Brunch in America by Trip Advisor. If you want to make great money, while enjoying a quality of life with a company that has great values and a winning people-first culture, let’s go!  We want to “enhance” traditional hospitality models by taking care of our employees, guests, and community.

Job Summary: Halls Chophouse Nashville is seeking career minded, passionate and motivated Servers. We strive to provide friendly, knowledgeable and professional service with a genuine sense of hospitality along with a desire to place the guest experience at the forefront of each encounter. Extensive food, wine and beverage knowledge are critical components for successful team members.  We will train you! You just need to be willing to learn.

Who you are: Servers are responsible for ensuring that all guests who dine with us have memorable experiences filled with hospitality, delicious food and drinks, and exceptional service. The Server is the backbone of our service team and is ultimately responsible for the sale and service of our food and beverages, while acting as a ambassador on the floor who provides our guests with warm and attentive hospitality.

What you’ll do:

  • Demonstrate expertise of all food and beverage menu items with sound knowledge of all ingredients and preparations.
  • Consistently follow steps of service with efficiency and grace, while maintaining a sense of urgency throughout service.
  • Anticipate guest needs, ensuring constant communication with colleagues, management, and the kitchen at all times during service.
  • Maintain the highest standards of cleanliness and appearance throughout all areas of the restaurant both before, during and after service.
  • Demonstrate an eagerness to continue to learn and grow!
What you need to apply:

  • 1+ years of experience in a guest-facing restaurant role
  • Great enthusiasm and attitude
  • Ability to make a positive difference in our guests and your co-workers’ lives
  • Able to work nights, weekends and holidays
What you’ll get from us:
  • A healthy and safe work environment where you are encouraged to grow your career!
  • Comprehensive medical, dental, and vision insurance available for all fulltime employees (30 or more hours per). Our company pays up to 70% of your medical premium dependent on the plan you choose.  We also offer legal and voluntary life insurance options.
  • Paid Parking.
  • Paid Time Off to support you with an active life outside of work after 6 months (1 week) and 2 weeks after 1 year.
  • 50% dining discount throughout the Hall Management Group of restaurants.
  • Flexible Spending Account or Heath Spending Account depending on the plan you choose.
  • Company paid Employee Assistance Program to support overall mental wellbeing.
  • 401(k) to help you invest in your future after 6 months with a 4% company match
  • Generous Employee Referral Program.

Who we are:  Hall Management Group operates notable restaurants in South Carolina including Halls Chophouse (Charleston, Greenville, Columbia, Nexton and Nashville), Rita’s at Folly Beach, High Cotton, S.N.O.B and Halls Signature Events.   

Please submit and up-to-date resume. We look forward to hearing form you. Let's make something good happen today!

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