The Goods From The District Brasserie
North Vancouver, BC | The District Group is hiring for all positions for the summer at The District Brasserie and The Little Roadhouse, and there are opportunities for both full-time and part-time.
The right candidate should be available to work either day (including weekend brunch) or night shifts. Experience is not required, but it is preferred. The District Group offers a competitive wage and benefits package, as well as an education allowance.
The ideal candidate is positive, punctual and above all a team player. They have a great team and are selective on who joins in, for that reason only qualified candidates will be contacted. Interested candidates should apply with a resume and cover letter to brasserie [at] eatatdistrict.com.
Paul Mon-Kau: Chef/Owner
Jeff Murl: Owner
Stephanie Mon-Kau: Beverage and HR Manager
About The District Brasserie
Few things in life are better than a cone of patats friet perfectly paired with a crisp Belgian lager. The District Brasserie has perfected the art of progressive yet refined Dutch-Belgian fare in an eclectic environment – on any given night, you’re apt to see the mayor, your hairdresser or a group of students recovering from a big exam. It’s all in a day’s work at The District.
Since opening in 2007, The District has become North Vancouver’s cult dining outpost. Getting people hooked on its signature menu items is the name of the game; with house favourites ranging from The Crab and Shrimp Cake to Gulf Island Mussels to weekend brunch (think Smoked Salmon Eggs Benedict, complete with handcrafted Caesar), there’s something fresh for everyone, every day of the week.
If you’re craving a satisfying European-inspired meal and a spot to get social, The District won’t disappoint. You bring the witty conversation, and the rest is on us.
North Shore Outlook’s Best of the North Shore: Best Bar (2013), Best Cocktails After Dark (2013), Best Cocktail (2010), Best Tapas (2010)
Vancouver Foodster: Best Brunches in Vancouver (2013)