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companyCatch Steak
locationNew York, NY, USA
PublishedPublished: 6/14/2022
Full Time

Job Description


The bartender occupies one of the most integral functions in the restaurant.  You are responsible for taking orders, making beverages for all guests, serving beverages, selling food, and building repeat clientele.  Beyond that, you are expected to use your skill, knowledge, and personality to provide a dining experience that exceeds all expectations. You have been chosen for this position because of your experience, ability, and character. Together, we will work to provide a memorable dining experience for each of our guests.

  • Acknowledge all bar guests immediately, however busy. 

  • Take guests’ food and beverage orders, utilize salesmanship techniques, and make appropriate recommendations. 

  • Always read your guests when making suggestions.

  • Input orders into POS system, correctly. 

  • Have a strong knowledge of all house cocktails as well as standard recipes. 

  • Have a strong knowledge of our wine list and be prepared to answer questions.

  • Quickly make beverages for bar guests and service bar.

  • Open all wine and champagne bottles using proper wine service techniques.

  • Anticipate guests needs, respond promptly, and acknowledge all guests.

  • Interact in courteous and professional manner with guests, supervisors, and co-workers. 

  • Be proactive in resolving guest complaints.

  • Act with integrity and honesty, and alert management to any and all issues that may arise at a guest.

  • Monitor and maintain cleanliness, sanitation, and organization of the bar.

  • Properly mark all bar guests for each course in advance of delivery of food to the table.

  • Always try and anticipate your guests’ needs.

  • Maintain menu knowledge throughout employment, continuously review menu items, and keep up to date with any changes.

  • Alert management to great guests, big spenders, distributors, and anyone else you think wants extra attention. 

  • Ensure accuracy of guest checks and promptly process payments. *Each bar is responsible for their-own bank.

  • Ensure that all cash is handled correctly, and that correct change is given.

  • Close out all cash checks for the floor in a prompt manner.

  • Complete end of night closing check out.

  • Notify management to any pertinent information related to the shift.

  • Follow all responsible alcohol practices, including carding all guests who appear under the age of 40.

  • Follow all health department procedures, including best practice notes that can be found behind bar.

  • Adhere to all Covid health and safety protocol


Catch Hospitality Group partners Tilman Fertitta, Mark Birnbaum and Eugene Remm have propelled  globally-influenced seafood restaurant Catch (2011) from a standalone NYC flagship to an international  phenomenon with successful locations in Los Angeles, Playa del Carmen and Las Vegas at the ARIA  Resort & Casino, and highly anticipated sister concept Catch Steak which debuted in Fall 2019. With a focus on culture and brand, New York based restauranteurs Remm and Birnbaum spent two  decades building CHG into one of the country’s most successful restaurant management companies.  Dubbed by Forbes Magazine as the “New Kings of New York Hospitality,” Remm and Birnbaum  pioneered dynamic hospitality experiences using food, service and vibe to create seamless transitions  between dining, nightlife and entertainment. In addition to Catch, CHG operates midtown American  brasserie Lexington Brass (2011) and The Co:Laboratory, a full-service event production agency  specializing in the creation of high level, turnkey experiences for brands across the entertainment,  fashion and lifestyle industries. 

In 2017, CATCH partnered with hospitality business mogul Tilman Fertitta, who’s privately  owned Landry’s, Inc. is ranked among the largest restaurant corporations in the U.S. Fertitta has spent  30 years cultivating his hospitality empire of over 600 locations into an international success. Fertitta,  the “World’s Richest Restauranteur,” according to Forbes Magazine, is also the star of CNBC’s Billion  Dollar Buyer, and owner of Golden Nugget Casinos and the NBA Houston Rockets.

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