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Posted November 18, 2021

Roost Restaurant
Greenville, SC
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Job CategoryFood & Beverage
Requisition Number:BARTE02530
Schedule:Full Time

Essential Job Functions

  • Learns guest’s names and uses them to address them. Remembers regular guests’ favorite drinks.
  • Inspect restaurant and stations before, during and after shift for proper set-up, side work and cleanliness and perform assigned duties with respect to set-up, side work and breakdown of restaurant and stations. Maintain cleanliness and sanitation procedures at all times.
  • Maintains communication with Chef. Understands menu prior to opening and is aware of changes during service. Understands timing of various items. Personally conveys any special requests to Chef and Manager.
  • Be knowledgeable of all menu items, garnish, contents and preparation methods of Restaurant and Bar. Be prepared to answer any guest questions about the menu in a direct, concise way
  • Accurately take food and beverage orders for Restaurant/Bar, utilize suggestive selling techniques, input order into POS computer system, promptly place orders with bartender and/or kitchen, explain specific guest requests, compile order (including proper garnishes, side orders and condiments), deliver and serve order to guest, replenish beverages and clear table as guest finishes drinks and/or meal.
  • Regularly checks back with guest, anticipate guest needs and promptly act to resolve any problems or guest complaints. Apprise management of all guest complaints and operational problems, even those that have been resolved.
  • Serve food and beverages in accordance with established techniques for quality service, appearance, temperature and portions; carry trays containing food, beverages, coffee pots, pitchers of beverages, service ware carefully through crowded areas.
  • Responsible for profitable bar cost by accurate measurement of product; Measure all drinks properly using a jigger. No free pouring
  • Promptly present check to guest. Understand and adhere to all cash, credit, guest check and tip reporting procedures.
  • Adhere to all regulations concerning the handling, storage and service of alcoholic beverages.
  • Answer Restaurant telephone, and answer caller questions.
  • Possess a strong knowledge of alcoholic beverages, service standards and etiquette
  • Possess knowledge of service ware and food and beverage equipment used in the preparation of beverages and side dishes
  • Controls operation of his/her station. Insures proper execution of service between team members.
  • Awareness of hotel functions, and special events.
  • Help maintain the cleanliness of the restaurant/bar.

Auro Hotels and the Hyatt Regency Greenville are Equal Opportunity and E-Verify Employers. All applicants are subject to background and substance abuse screening prior to any offer of employment.



High School or better.



1 year:Hotel or restaurant bartending experience.

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Roost Restaurant

220 North Main Street
Greenville, SC 29601

(864) 298-2424


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Welcome to Roost

When you’re the best, you rule the roost. When you settle in, you come home to roost.

It’s a place that feels comfortable. It’s a place where we will have a little something in common. It’s a place that takes a community and builds it into a home.  That’s the spirit of Roost Restaurant located in the exciting and vibrant community of NOMA Square on Main Street in downtown Greenville, South Carolina.

Soil to City

Mealtime is a time to relax and enjoy the culinary bounty of our region. Roost provides a welcoming, friendly and unobtrusive environment where you’ll feel a sense of community. Side by side we nestle together and experience how it feels to share a space, to share a city, to share a world. We savor how good food can taste when it’s a part of our community.

Our menu features local, organic, and seasonal foods of the highest quality. Talented Chefs design and create menu items and present them with skill and confidence in our show kitchen. The menu is priced to fit every budget and every occasion.

A community Harvest table located directly in front of the exhibition kitchen features a distinguished tasting menu promoting lively conversations among guests. Guests can sit at the counter and interact with the chefs as their food is being prepared. Recipe cards will be provided to guests after dinner to inspire the chef in all of us.

Local Producers

Local food, sustainable food, or the local food movement is an alternative to big agribusiness, focusing instead on stimulating and supporting local producers and economies. The practice of offering and consuming local food is appealing because it eliminates the involvement of manufacturing, processing, and mass distribution, and instead allows both the producer and the consumer to focus on the quality of the product. The USDA’s definition of local food refers to products that can be considered day goods distance (DGD), generally under 400 miles from producer to consumer.