“Commune Cafe” Is On The Lookout For An Experienced Cook

The Commune Cafe is located at 1002 Seymour St. in downtown Vancouver, BC | 604-681-2551 | communecafe.ca
The Commune Cafe is located at 1002 Seymour St. in downtown Vancouver, BC | 604-681-2551 | communecafe.ca

The Goods from Commune Cafe

Vancouver, BC | Commune Cafe on Seymour Street is looking for a talented individual with 3+ years of experience as a cook to join the kitchen team, specifically for dinner service. We offer a competitive salary/wage package and provide a unique learning experience. You can contact us at info [at] communecafe.ca. Learn more about the company after the jump…


1002 Seymour St. Vancouver, BC, V6B 3M6
Telephone: 604-681-2551
Email: info@communecafe.ca
Web: www.communecafe.ca
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7 days | breakfast | lunch | dinner


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About Commune Cafe

Commune Cafe is a fully licensed cafe and restaurant located on the corner of Seymour and Nelson, in the heart of downtown Vancouver. Commune Cafe is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week and is proud to offer natural free-range meats and eggs, organic milk products and sustainable locally-sourced seafood. Commune Cafe uses only environmentally friendly cleaning supplies, as well as recyclable and compostable take out containers, and is a member of Greentable and Oceanwise.

Commune Cafe is committed to local suppliers and offers a smart list of BC wines and local craft beers, along with locally produced juices, artisan sodas, gourmet coffee and premium teas.

Designed by the award-winning design firm Evoke International, Commune Cafe features contemporary décor that includes 26 seats inside (including a large communal table) and another 24 on a beautiful street-side patio. The design utilizes light woods, recycled felt upholstery, cork pendants, custom wood tables and bright red chairs to create a bright, contemporary and inclusive room.


The Commune Cafe finds a niche filling neglected gap in Vancouver’s restaurant scene – Mia Stainsby, Vancouver Sun

Nothing fancy, but plenty good – Andrew Morrision, Westender

“Welcome new addition to the lunchtime scene” – Joan Cheng, Metro News

“Hip Commune” – Vitamin Daily


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