Hiring For More Than 100 Positions Starts Tuesday For New Tupelo - WSPA.com

Hiring For More Than 100 Positions Starts Tuesday For New Tupelo Honey Cafe

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GREENVILLE, S.C. -

Tupelo Honey Cafe is now accepting applications for all positions at its downtown Greenville restaurant.

The restaurant is scheduled to open in mid-June and plans to hire more than 100 people for its new Greenville location on the ground floor of The ONE Project on Main and Laurens streets.

Tupelo Honey Cafe is partnering with South Carolina Works to make the application process as streamlined as possible.

Applicants can find directions on how to apply by clicking here.

Interviews will be held April 30 - May 2 at the South Carolina Works offices located in McAlister Square. The interviews will be scheduled based on pre-submitted applications. They will also welcome walk in applicants and will make every effort to interview all qualified applicants that day, or schedule an interview for a following date.

The restaurant will have approximately 140 seats and will feature Tupelo Honey's signature performance/display kitchen, a full bar and outdoor patio seating.

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