What is PAGU?
PAGU is an award winning Japanese and Spanish tapas restaurant located in Cambridge’s innovation hub between Central Square and MIT at 310 Mass. Ave by Chef/Owner, Tracy Chang. It is a restaurant, bar and cafe serving brunch, lunch, and dinner, inspired by Chang’s experiences with O Ya, Le Cordon Bleu Paris, Spanish three-star Michelin Restaurante Martin Berasategui, Guchi’s Midnight Ramen, and Harvard’s Science+Cooking course. The menu highlights local ingredients, with a focus on seafood, celebrating the harmony of techniques and flavors of Japanese and Spanish cuisines.
They are a group of loyal, hard-working, detail-oriented team players eager to serve their community.
Responsible for the daily preparation and execution of service to their guests on the bar. Prior service experience preferred.
They are dedicated to building a PAGU family that shares core values of education, leadership, teamwork, empathy and passion for serving others.
They look forward to taking care of you with a competitive salary, health insurance and career growth opportunities.
310 Mass. Ave.
Cambridge, MA 02139
Get to them:
T: Central Square, Kendall Square
Bus: 1, 47, 77, 83, 91
- Best New Restaurants 2018 // Boston Magazine
- Best Ramen 2017 // Boston Magazine
- Rising Star Chefs 2017 // Improper Bostonian
- Chef of the Year 2017 // Boston Globe
- Best Restaurants Cambridge 2017 // Zagat
- Best New Restaurants 2017 // Thrillist
- Best Restaurants in Boston 2018 // Thrillist