Lydia Shire’s passion for excellence and culinary talent is evident in all that she does. Scampo, is her sixth culinary destination. Recognized by Esquire magazine as one of the “Best New Restaurants” in America in 2008, James Beard Award-winning Scampo defies tradition with its Italian-inspired cuisine, unrestrained by borders and inspired by flavors of the Mediterranean and Middle East.
Born in Brookline, Mass., and raised by artist parents, Lydia grew up learning the importance of bringing quality to everything you do in life. Her first professional position was slicing paté and opening oysters as the “salad girl” at Boston’s revered Maison Robert. In 1971, Shire attended London’s Cordon Bleu Cooking School, which set her on a path of success throughout the 1970s and 1980s, including the opening of James Beard Award-winner BIBA (Back in Boston Again). Shire lives in Weston, Mass., with her husband.
Scampo fine dining restaurant is seeking a server to join their the front of house team.
Ideal candidates should posses an innate desire and ability to provide refined hospitality, anticipating the guests’ needs.
The candidate should have a strong work ethic that reflects respect for the restaurant. They should demonstrate a solid understanding of service etiquette and mechanics along with an understanding of how they contribute to the hospitality experience. Above all, they should be passionate about food and wine culture and eager to learn more. A minimum of two years server experience is highly preferred.
To apply, send a resume to the email address below.