Advice for College Students: How to Find a Summer Job

College students usually dart for summer jobs once they have time off from classes. They need cash to help cover tuition, room and board, textbook, and other costs associated with their education. That also means that it can be a challenge to land a job because there are so many […]

Chef Resumes – 5 Tips to Upgrade Your Resume and Get More Job Offers

We all know Chefs can cook up delicious meals but, alas, they often aren’t the best marketers. Unless you are incredibly cute and can charm the pants out of a recruiter and employer. Like this champion below… I’m assuming if your reading this you aren’t a cute baby, and all […]

6 Tips for Choosing a Culinary School

In today’s restaurant business there’s no denying the power of a good culinary arts degree on your resume. Old-school chefs may tell you that nothing beats hands-on experience, which is true, but more and more restaurants are looking for something substantial in the “education” space on your application. If you’ve […]

5 Reasons Why Bubblegum and Restaurants Don’t Mix

The CEO of McDonald’s recently revealed how the fast food giant developed a recipe for bubblegum-flavored broccoli to encourage kids to eat more healthily. Chief executive Don Thompson said the dish never made it onto the menus because “children were confused by it – it wasn’t all that” Here are […]

Food and Alcohol Safety Training

5605 Manor Drive Peekskill, New York 10556 Food and Alcohol Safety “Knowledge” – More Business, Better Jobs, Bigger Tips?  Whether you are a restaurant owner or an employee of a restaurant rest assured that your livelihood is dependent on food and alcohol safety knowledge. You may be asking yourself why, […]

5 Easy Ways to Improve Your Tips

When you work as a server you know the score – the better the tips, the more money you make. It’s as simple as that. But there’s no guarantee that your customers will leave 10 or 20 percent – or even anything at all. Increase your tips and earn more […]

Job-Seekers December 5, 2014

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Is Pulling your Hair Back a Big Deal?

Restaurant Job Tips # 1: Why Pulling Your Hair Back Still Matters Do you have a job interview at a restaurant in your area? Congratulations! You’re on to a very exciting and fun-filled career. But first things first – best to check yourself carefully in the mirror. After all, first impressions […]

Job-Seekers November 13, 2014

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5 Things to Do Before a Restaurant Server Interview

5 Things to Do Before a Restaurant Server Interview – Quick tips! First thing – don’t panic! If you’ve got an interview for a restaurant server job, congratulations. Whether it’s your first interview or your 5th, you can nail it with some preparation and forethought. Here’s how: Consider the Frequently Asked […]

Job-Seekers November 7, 2014

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8 Common Questions on Restaurant Job Interviews

Restaurant Job Interviews, don’t be scared… We all need to eat – which is why restaurants will always be looking for people to serve food, cook food and promote food. Restaurant jobs will never go out of fashion. But in a tough economy, competition for the best jobs is high. […]

Job-Seekers October 28, 2014

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Blue Ribbon Sushi NYC review

So I decided to do a little restaurant review on Blue Ribbon Sushi in NYC on Sullivan Street. Here at the Zone not only are we here to help restaurants, restaurateurs, and all sorts of related users businesses. But also we are BIG FANS of eating out at different restaurants. […]

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