World Of Beer Now Hiring For Mid-May Opening

World of Beer's Arlington location/Credit:ARLnow.comWorld of Beer, the large bar and restaurant slated for the ground floor of The Avant apartment building, is eyeing a mid-May opening.

The restaurant is also now hiring for several positions, including bartenders and servers.

Interested in joining the team? Stop by 1888 Explorer St. You can also send your resume to [email protected] or visit the Reston location’s website. Training for employees will start in April, according to the World of Beer Reston Facebook page.

World of Beer is part of a national franchise. Evan Matz, the Reston owner, also owns the Ballston location. Metz said last spring he though the youthful energy at Reston Town Center made it an ideal place for a World of Beer.

The 4,500-square-foot location will feature about 500 beers (about 50 on tap) that will rotate throughout the menu, as well as a full menu featuring specialities such as crab pretzels, flatbread pizza and sandwiches.

WOB will also have drink specials nightly and happy hour Monday through Friday. There will be live music Thursdays through Saturdays, as well large-screen TVs for live sports events. There will be patio seating in warm weather.

Meanwhile, World of Beer’s Ballston location is also touting itself as a place for corporate meetings and other daytime work activities.

Photo of World of Beer’s Ballston location/Credit: ARLnow.com.

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