Thursday, January 31, 2013

Red Apron is Open & Hiring at Union Market

Black Hoof Meat by Bloggerton
Black Hoof Meat, a photo by Bloggerton on Flickr

Red Apron is open at Union Market, not only acting as a full service butcher, but also serving up some delicious charcuterie, sandwiches, and drinks for consumption on premises. See the text of their Craigslist ad below for information about job opportunities.

Red Apron Union Market - Bartenders, Cocktail Servers + Counter Staff (Washington DC)
Red Apron Butcher is hiring counter staff and bartenders for our newly opened Union Market location.

Red Apron is a full service butcher and charcuterie shop. All of our charcuterie is handmade by our culinary team, led by Chef and Butcher Nathan Anda. We specialize in creative sandwiches and retail products to compliment our meat selection, all of which is responsibly raised in this region.

Any Red Apron candidate should possess a passion for food and genuine interest in friendly and informative customer service. While restaurant and gourmet retail experience are preferred, they're not necessary. We're more than happy to train the right enthusiastic individuals.

Expect a vibrant, educational atmosphere where you will have room to grow!

Red Apron is part of the Neighborhood Restaurant Group (NRG). NRG's businesses include: the Evening Star Cafe, Planet Wine, Vermilion, Rustico, Buzz Bakery, Tallula, EatBar, Star Catering, Columbia Firehouse, Birch & Barley, Churchkey and (coming soon to DC!) GBD Chicken and Donuts, The Iron Gate Inn restaurant and Bluejacket brewery and restaurant. NRG is also directly involved in the creation and support of the Arcadia Center for Sustainable Food & Agriculture.
Please send us your resume or stop by our Union Market location to pick up an application today!

The original Craisglist ad is here. Seeing a tweeted photo of one of their sandwiches below.


Dave B said...

Anybody know how much their sandwiches cost, seeing as their meat starts at like $30-40 per pound last I saw it a couple years ago? I haven't looked again

Ann said...

Their sandwiches were either $8.50 or $9. Also, I didn't glance at all of them, but I think that several of their cuts of meat and sausages and such were around $10/lb.

Anonymous said...

The sandwiches are $8.80 including tax. The roll is not huge, maybe 7 or 8 inches, but there is ample meat.