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We love eating at Juliet; unlike many restaurants, we’d love working there too. At their elegant yet accessible European-inspired cafe, chef Josh Lewin and Katrina Jazayeri pioneer an “Open Book Management” approach with staff, employing a comprehensive business-literacy system to help workers build rounded hospitality careers in a gig economy. And there’s no tipping: Juliet pays staff livable hourly wages plus quarterly shares of profits, giving everyone greater incentive—and stronger stakes in collective success.
— The Improper Bostonian
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Who should apply?

Well, anyone. We are a small team, and exactly what you think you are applying for may not be available at this time. But anyone who is interested in our way of work is encouraged to get in touch.

Students, career changers, and those with limited experience should feel especially encouraged to apply. While there is unfortunately not room for everyone on the team, those who can join us will find a comprehensive and consistent training program, a supportive environment, and a values driven team that rewards dedication to craft, details, and continued learning.