What is PAGU?
PAGU is a Japanese 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 and cafe serving breakfast, 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 ask themselves:
- “How do we better care for the team?”
- “How do we better care for the guests?”
- “How do we better care for the community?”
They are a group of loyal, hard-working, detail-oriented team players eager to serve the community. They are building a company that people love, that people are proud to work with and collaborate with. They are not just chefs; they are not just restaurant people; they are movers and shakers making improvements every day.
They are seeking a resilient, meticulous wine/service manager to join the team. The right candidate is:
- well-versed in wine, particularly Spanish and French
- eager and enthusiastic to solve problems every day while implementing actionable solutions
Restaurant details: 310 Mass. Ave., Cambridge, MA 02139
Closest T Stations:
Bus: 1, 47, 77, 83, 91
To apply, send resumes to the email address below.