Fine dining cooking at new New York restaurant off Broadway!
A uniform is offered. Bring non-slip shoes and your knives.
Employee meal is provided.
After 90 days of employment, you will accrue paid time off, up to 40 hours per 12 months.
Arguably the most famous city in America, if not the world, New York, New York is an unrelenting veritable hive of activity. With things to do for literally every kind of taste and style you could imagine, New York has something for anyone and everyone! From five star restaurants to dive bars, the diversity of New York City and the people who live there cannot be overstated. New York is a melting pot of world cultures, with communities from all around the world. From Chinatown to Little Italy, the diversity of cultures from one block of the city to another is astounding. Far be it for us to say that New York is only a cultural hub, it’s also one of the greatest commercial areas in the world for shopping, dining, and entertainment! With world famous places to see like The Empire State Building, Central Park and Times Square, New York is never short of places to go and things to do! In the “Local attractions” section is a list of specific attractions, monuments, and significant landmarks and links to websites about them!
The cost of living in NYC is extremely high. You should prepare to bring at least $3000 for housing, you may be expected to pay a security deposit for a room to rent or to rent an apartment. The closer you live near Times Square or Central Park the more expensive your rent will be. We highly recommend looking for another J1 to room with to share the cost of an apartment.
Getting around New York without a car is very easy. With local taxis, a comprehensive metro system, and many things simply within walking distance, there’s some diversity to the options available for traveling in the city. For information about using the New York metro system, use the below link.
The climate of New York State is generally humid continental, while the extreme southeastern portion of the state (New York City area) lies in the warm temperate climate zone. Winter temperatures average below freezing during January and February in much of New York State, but several degrees above freezing along the Atlantic coastline, including New York City.
The Statue of Liberty: https://www.nps.gov/stli/index.htm
Central Park: http://www.centralparknyc.org/
Times Square: https://www.timessquarenyc.org/
Little Italy: https://loving-newyork.com/things-to-do-little-italy-nyc-nolita/
Empire State Building: https://www.esbnyc.com/
911 Memorial: https://www.911memorial.org/
Madison Square Garden: https://www.msg.com/madison-square-garden
American Natural History Museum: https://www.amnh.org/
The Highline: https://www.thehighline.org/
Coney Island: http://coneyislandfunguide.com/
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