Great money making opportunity!
The Gristmill River Restaurant! is currently seeking exceptional Food Servers to join our team! What are you waiting for? Apply today and get a head start!
We are looking for friendly, energetic, highly motivated individuals with a can do attitude who will thrive in a positive and team based environment.
◦ A great money making opportunity including 401k
◦ Servers can earn up to $300/shift !!
◦ Flexible scheduling
◦ Discounts at our company operations
◦ Perfect opportunity for growth and restaurant operation experience
Situated on a bluff overlooking the Guadalupe River, this spectacular restaurant nestled under the shade of towering oak trees has been the perfect getaway for a unique casual dining experience for thirty years. We continue to serve our guests with the state's favorite fare including juicy steaks, burgers, chicken, refreshing salads, yummy desserts, and a full bar.
Today, Gruene is once again a thriving community, but for decades it was little more than a ghost town. This changed the day that Pat Molak, frustrated with big-city life, wandered into town and began to breathe life back into this piece of Texas history.
Pat Molak purchased Gruene Hall in 1975. A few unavoidable repairs were made to the Hall, but little else was necessary. Left uncorrupted, the 6,000-square-foot, open-air dance hall became a virtual magnet, a starting point for many of Texas' up-and-coming performers, and once again, the heart of Gruene.
With the help of his friend Mary Jane Nalley, he worked to preserve the authentic, turn-of-the-century look and feel of Gruene by purchasing and repairing several of the town's most notable structures and transforming them into thriving businesses. These developments seemed to rekindle the spark of Gruene, and soon the town's familiar charm began to shine again.
Gruene itself has been added to the National Register of Historic Places, and many of the buildings that were rescued by Molak and Nalley have been awarded a Texas medallion from the Texas Historical Commission. It has also been recognized by the Texas travel industry as a premiere attraction for visitors, which is no surprise to its merchants and guests.
Even with the remarkable growth of this once sleepy little town, the main focus of Gruene is, and continues to be, bona fide Texas. Everything from the wares they sell to the music they play speaks to Molak and Nalley's commitment to preserving the authenticity of Gruene and providing its guests with an experience that has the signature seal of the Lone Star State.
Role: Food Servers
Location: San Marcos,
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