Open Staff Calls for Prisinzano’s Sauce at 78 Rivington

Posted on: August 15th, 2011 at 6:18 am by

Progress at Frank Prisinzano’s newest dining concept at 78 Rivington Street has just up-shifted into the marketing and publicity phase of development.  As we first noted over four months ago, the Lower East Side restaurateur (Lil Frankie’s, Supper) is slated to open an Italian establishment here entitled Sauce.  In anticipation of the autumnal launch, we received a press release for two open staff calls this week – today and Wednesday.  Pretty much all positions are being sought, from bussers to bartenders.

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Job listing from the inbox:

Chef Frank Prisinzano, owner/founder of acclaimed East Village establishments FRANK RESTAURANT, LIL’ FRANKIE’S and SUPPER, will be opening a new Italian restaurant on the Lower East Side this Fall!

We are hosting 2 OPEN CALLS to build our team:
Monday, August 15th 4-6pm
Wednesday, August 17th 4-7pm

LOCATION:
Lil’ Frankie’s
19 First Ave (bet. 1st and 2nd Street)

Hiring for the following positions:
Hosts
Waitstaff
Bussers
Bartenders
Barbacks
Line Cooks
Prep Cooks
Dishwashers
Porters
Delivery
Phones

All experience a plus, but will train the right individuals. Must want to learn about Italian wine and food. A pleasant, positive attitude a must! We are also going to be starting a food network in the space. This is a great opportunity to work on an incredible new concept with a leading chef and restauranteur!

Bring a resume if you have one.  If you are not available to come to the open calls, please drop a resume at one of our locations.

Frank 88 2nd Ave (bet. 5th and 6th Street)
Lil’ Frankie’s 19 1st Ave (bet. 1st and 2nd Street)
Supper 156 E 2nd St (bet. Aves A and B)

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