I bet it's great to work for Tin Angel -- excellent location, great food, nice people. According to a craigslist post, Tin Angel is hiring a line cook.
And Ruth's Chris is hiring a line cook, too, preferably with two to three years' experience in fine dining. Dress to impress, the post counsels, and be prepared to pass a background check and drug screen. Settin' the bar high, again, Ruth's Chris.
Swanky's Tacos in Franklin is having an all-call for hiring.
And City Cafe in Brentwood is reporting a rare open waitress position.
Does all the hiring represent an uptick in restaurant traffic, or is it always like this? Supposedly, dining out is the one thing people consistently cut back when times are tough. So did they? Are they coming back? What is going on there in the trenches where you are, restaurant people?