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Get a job! With Charlie Palmer's new Denver restaurants

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Charlie Palmer will be opening two restaurants in the spot at 1631 Wazee Street that most recently had been home to Big Game (and Il Fornaio before that). District Meats will be taking over about two-thirds of the space, including that big dining area; Wazee Wood-Fired Pizza will be in the current bar area, where an open kitchen with a state-of-the-art pizza oven will be added.

Here's your chance to get a job at one of these two spots:

From 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. today, Denver Restaurant Associates is holding a job fair at the future home of the restaurants, which are both slated to open in November. Here are the details from the backpage.com ad:

Denver Restaurant Associates, LLC is conducting a job fair for service and culinary positions at an exciting new Charlie Palmer restaurant in LODO. Opportunities for positions on this opening team will be presented at 1631 Wazee Street this week. We are seeking only the most experienced professionals committed to excellence, dedicated to their trade, equipped with specific and in-depth knowledge of the finer points of service, cooking, and contemporary food/beverage trends. Applicants are strongly suggested to dress for success as interviews may be conducted or scheduled.

Bona fide candidates are invited to join us at:

1631 Wazee Street Denver CO 80202

We are committed to providing equal opportunity in all employment practices without regard to age, race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, religion, physical or mental disability, or any other category protected by law.

Salary/Wage: Varies Status: Full-time, Part-time Shift: Days, Nights and Weekends

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