front-of-house love

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  • Ferran, Juli, the chefs de cuisine, and all the permanent front-of-house staff are Catalan, which means that they were born and raised in a region of Spain with a distinct language and culture, and a politics that tends to support greater autonomy from the central Spanish government.

    The Sorcerer’s Apprentices

  • Seconds after the start, however, an angry couple, refusing to wait for the requisite break, forced their way past front-of-house staff into the auditorium.

    LSO/Davis/Kotla - review

  • Just last month, both kitchen and front-of-house staff tasted about a dozen oils to choose a handful River Café would use.

    The Purity of Olive Oil

  • The rocks certainly add up: it takes fifty people the kitchen stagiaires are joined by their front-of-house counterparts more than five hours to finish the task.

    The Sorcerer’s Apprentices

  • The rocks certainly add up: it takes fifty people the kitchen stagiaires are joined by their front-of-house counterparts more than five hours to finish the task.

    The Sorcerer’s Apprentices

  • Hell, this young man is trying to make his name with a front-of-house Christmas light display that flashes in time to music; ever extending himself, this year he has a little mechanised band of Santa and some snow creatures called Claus and the Paws.

    TV review: The Bleak Old Shop of Stuff; King of Christmas Lights

  • Apparently City's owners had decided he was not a front-of-house man, but you can't keep a blunderer down, and I'm glad to say this comeback had all the inevitability of another Barbra Streisand farewell tour.

    Manchester City's Garry Cook – a man for football's crazy times | Marina Hyde

  • Started in 2000 by Australian Jimmy Pham, the nonprofit organization offers 24-month courses after which students graduate as professional chefs or front-of-house managers chefs at both the Red River School and Nam Hai are graduates of the program.

    Acquiring a Taste for the Spice of Life

  • This jolly little off-centre restaurant is one of Plymouth's finest, thanks to its wine-loving owner, Stephen Barrett – who not only dedicates most of his menu to West Country produce but also has an attentive front-of-house style that shows how much he loves his job.

    Plymouth's 10 best budget restaurants and cafes

  • Ferran, Juli, the chefs de cuisine, and all the permanent front-of-house staff are Catalan, which means that they were born and raised in a region of Spain with a distinct language and culture, and a politics that tends to support greater autonomy from the central Spanish government.

    The Sorcerer’s Apprentices

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