it's not what you do, 

it's who you do it with

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Believe the best moments in life happen with friends over good food and cold drinks?

Like accomplishing goals as part of a team? Embrace being challenged?

Love the feeling of satisfaction that washes over you when you get home exhausted after working a late night? 

Agree that nothing great was ever easy?

Believe that empathy, optimism and grit are super powers? 

Believe that sometimes it’s necessary to break a rule to do the right thing?

If you answered yes to
most of those questions
we’re your people

It’s hard work, but we believe that working together towards a larger purpose is more fulfilling than selling out for what is “easy”. We want to push ourselves to become 1% better everyday and see what we are ultimately capable of building together.

Do you...

The most important question isn't "can I do it?"
It's "do I want it"

We decide if you're qualified but only YOU can gauge if you're motivated.

Skills can be learned, but your values should align with the job.

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What is a Connector?

Ali & Me'Kenzi: "It's learning about your guests and eliminating anonymous. It's literally connecting with them. It's being personable and engaging. It's listening and helping guests to feel seen. It's more than service and "just" serving - it's hospitality."

Best part?

Ali: Meeting new people, feeling their energy and making guests feel seen.

Me'Kenzi: Being able to engage with guests and make friends with new people. 

Hardest part?

Ali: Getting comfortable with being uncomfortable. You get to get out of your comfort zone in order to get guests out of theirs..

Me'Kenzi: The hours. If it fits your life, it's great. But if you're not into it, it can be a lot. 

Advice to someone considering joining the team

Ali: Have an open mind and be willing to grow and be critiqued. Have patience with the change that occurs. 

Me'Kenzi: It has to be about more than just the money. Your main focus needs to be hospitality. You have to be coachable, dedicated and have a good spirit.

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experience leader

Best part?

Kennedy: Seeing everyone’s face when they walk in the venue. Nobody really expects it to look as great as the pictures, but it’s always better! 

Making guests feel celebrated and special is the best.  

Hardest part?

Kennedy: Keeping great energy, even when it isn’t always reciprocated. Our job is the guest’s 1st impression, so we want to make it as perfect as possible for every guest.

Advice to someone considering joining the team

Kennedy: Come in ready. There is no way to know what to expect because there is no place like this. Focus on controlling what you can control.

Good time management is a must. Your team is counting on you, and you don’t want to let them down. We’re a family. You never want to disappoint your family.

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What is an experience leader?

Kennedy: You put yourself in the guest’s shoes and guide them through the experience. We show them how to have the most fun so they can create a memory that will last forever.


Best part?

Frank: The best part is legitimately being able to “AMPlify” the experience of every single guest in the room through what some may think are normal job duties, just not to us! Food running becomes jaw dropping descriptions which leaves our guests speechless and excited to feast. Grabbing a dirty plate turns into an exciting conversation, and a wonderful guest connection.

Chace: The food is amazing and you learn a lot about food. You can come in with zero experience and get a real education. It’s also fun to create experiences for our guests and their reactions when we bring them their food is awesome. 

Hardest part?

Frank: Being able to rely on your instincts and make quick pivots day to day is tough. It requires discipline, but it’s also rewarding. No day is the same, our plans change, our volume changes, and we must adapt with those changes… that’s the fun part! 

Chace: Being behind the scenes and getting limited “showtime” can be challenging. The spiels and menu knowledge are difficult.

Advice to someone considering joining the team

Chace: Be yourself and don’t overthink things. You must be social and want to talk to people. Most important thing is to be coachable. We will coach you, but you have to want to hear it.

Frank: Understand the culture and what it means to be empowered, what it means to deliver great hospitality!

Open yourself up to new ways of doing things and understand that we all still have much to learn. Be willing to take criticism and work on your “hard things” as well.

Last but certainly not least, HAVE FUN! Drop those nerves and let go, we’re here for you always!

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What is an amplifier?

Chace: "Someone who is everywhere. We are the backbone and foundation of operations. We don’t just drop food off at the table- we put our personality into it, and you know the ingredients to be confident and knowledgeable when you do. We support everyone. We may not always be seen, but our presence is felt everywhere."

door team

Best part?

Dewan: I enjoy connecting and laughing with our guests, whether it’s their first time or they’ve been here before. In our role we get to greet our guests before everyone else and be their first impression. 

Hardest part?

Dewan: Turning people away. It’s challenging to have that interaction with a stranger when you are unsure of how they will perceive it, and each person takes it differently. We just want to keep them safe, and we hope they understand.

Advice to someone considering joining the team

Dewan: Be willing to learn and get out of your comfort zone. This role has challenged me and gotten me out of mine. You can’t take anything personal. We just want the best for each other, and that goes beyond work - that’s what makes our team so strong. 

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Best part?

Keya: The people you get to meet and the people I work with. Everybody comes here to work hard and are on the same page in terms of delivering a great guest experience. 

I appreciate working someplace that can recognize what isn’t working and then works to fix it in order to improve the team and guest experience.

Hardest part?

Keya: Keeping your energy up for the entire shift. Your last guest deserves the same energy as your first guest.

Advice to someone considering joining the team

Keya: Your level of overall service is heightened here. We don’t “turn ‘em and burn ‘em” here. It’s just not this place. Guest interactions take longer.

Be the leader you’re supposed to be. All the time. This is how you ensure you’re always doing your part.

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Best part?

Seth: Learning new things and learning how our games work. Developing a skill in your arsenal and using it to fix something, and then fixing it… the dopamine when something gets fixed is real.

Hardest part?

Seth: Some game pieces are really small… smaller than your hands. Working on pinball machines can be like working on cars with the types of challenges they present.   

Advice to someone considering joining the team

Seth: If you don’t have the desire to learn, this is not the place for you. You need to want to learn. Don’t be stuck in your ways and understand that the responsibilities from day to day can vary based on the needs of the business.

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You take pride in your work, you're consistent, embrace systems and routines and you want to be creative with your food- YOU may be a Station Chef (line cook)!  

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You take pride in your work, you're consistent, embrace systems and routines and you want to be creative with your food- YOU may be a Station Chef (line cook)!  

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We have a small menu that is focused of efficiency and speed, but we're obsessed with changing as often as we want. You will have the opportunity to collaborate on the menu and have one of your dishes make it! You will uphold our standards of quality and cleanliness, and you will be supported by leaders who will support your personal growth and development.  


  • Ability to be creative
  • Fun, small plates menu
  • Station ownership
  • Structure and routines
  • Clear expectations

What's challenging

  • High Standards
  • Commitment to speed and consistency
  • Demanding sense of urgency and pride in every plate served... and it's hot in the kitchen! 

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what people love

what's challenging


Connecting our team to our guests, through our Mission, Purpose and Values.

our hospitality philosophy

Get to know your Leaders

Meet the team

Our Leadership Team have been promoted from within. We are passionate about learning, growing and mentoring the next team of leaders. 

Growth is in our DNA


of our Managing Partners Started in Hourly Roles

 Plan to Open

10 Locations

in 5 Years

  •  401k*
  • Internal Leadership Development Opportunities
  • Complimentary Friends & Family Memberships

Non-Traditional Benefits*

  • Competitive Hourly Wages
  • Fair Schedules
  • Health Insurance*
  • Service Charge added to every check and dispersed among Team Members 

The essentials

Team Membership Benefits

Our Mission: Share in prosperity with our team

  • Rewarded for demonstrating our Purpose, Mission and Values
  • Ongoing Recognition & Shoutouts
  • Quarterly Recognition Awards & Prizes


*For Full-Time Team Members

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