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[NY] Yotel -GR Hospitality: Executive Chef

With a trendy Manhatten location and absolutely breath taking views of the city, Yotel is a wonderfully chic hotel for any vacationer or tourist looking for a room. Guests can expect to be treated to modern, roomy accommodations, heart pounding sights, and a plethora of attractions that won’t fail to brighten any trip. When Yotel began their

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[NYC] Morgans Hotel Group: Executive Sous Chef

It’s officially rooftop season in New York. Tequila Park, the Hudson Hotel’s very own private park space, travels south of the border with modern Mexican cuisine. They’re mixing fresh fruit margaritas daily, stocked with ice-cold Mexican beer, an array of mescals, and over 40 varieties of world-class tequila, as the name would suggest. Moving indoors

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[NYC] Hotel on Rivington: Sales Manager

The Lower East Side breathes a sigh of relief from the chaos that is midtown Manhattan. New York’s past and present intertwine and come alive, in this historic district neighboring SoHo. Turn of the century tenements and antique shops stand with sleek art houses and farm-to-table cuisine. Fresh faced bands play 100-year-old venues; a blend

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[DC] The Madison / The Federalist: Restaurant Manager

In February 1963, The Madison Hotel opened its doors, welcoming President John F. Kennedy as the inaugural guest of honor. Throughout its tenure in our nation’s capital, this regal property has accommodated many international dignitaries, heads of state, and beloved public figures from Frank Sinatra to the Dalai Lama.  This historic hotel even served as the

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