Next Week: Hiring Open House at Red’s Table

 Red’s Table, the soon-to-open restaurant at South Lakes Village Center, is on a hiring spree.

The owners hope to start serving by the end of August, so they need lots of people to make it a success.

Red’s Table is holding hiring open houses Monday, Aug. 3, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Tuesday, Aug. 4, 1 to 5 p.m.

Apply in person at 11150 South Lakes Dr. if you are interested in the following openings:

  • Experienced Line Cooks, Shuckers, Prep Cooks
  • Experienced Servers and Bartenders
  • Dishwashers
  • Host Staff
  • Bussers

Here is what the Red’s Table folks want you to know:

At Red’s Table, we believe in hospitality on a personal level, inviting customers to our ‘table’ as readily as William “Red” Tracy did when he entertained family and friends as guests throughout his lifetime. We believe in knowing the farmers who grow our food and bring our seafood to market as well as we know our local customers. We believe in crafting food and drink from scratch, using top ingredients to bring our guests an experience to remember and a reason to return to Red’s Table time after time.

We are an independent group of locals who own multiple locations and have been in the business for two decades.  We don’t have a soul sucking corporate atmosphere but that doesn’t mean we don’t take our businesses, our jobs and our craft seriously. Under the direction of Executive Chef Adam Stein and General Manager Sharon Wetteland, we will be rocking Reston with creative, seasonal, locally sourced food and drink at a location like no other in town.

If you want to leave the cookie-cutter corporate nonsense and crushing DC commute behind, we would like to meet you. Know your stuff? Bring it.

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