Gracious food with southern roots arrives in Denver this Spring. Tupelo Honey Southern Kitchen and Bar will be bringing its long-awaited Southern Revival scratch-made menu to the Platform near Denver Union Station in May.
Hailing from the beer mecca of Asheville, N.C., Tupelo Honey Southern Kitchen and Bar has found rapid success by focusing on their mission to stay committed to responsibly sourced products, working with local vendors and enhancing their employee’s experience.
The Asheville location first opened back in 2000 and was known as a late-night favorite for the local crowd. The original Tupelo Honey was one of the first farm-to-table establishments in Asheville and the cafe quickly found success. It’s now spread to 13 locations in 5 southeast states.
The Denver location will be the first to open outside of the south with CEO Stephen Frabitore planning more westward ventures for the future.
Tupelo Honey Southern Kitchen and Bar is known for a locally sourced, seasonal menu which changes from region to region, keeping with their commitment to seasonal quality products and vendors. The menu also offers 50 craft beers (also emphasizing local breweries), cocktails highlighting Southern craft spirits, and responsibly sourced sustainable wines.
With plans to also promote Denver artists on their walls and to support local charities, Tupelo Honey Southern Kitchen and Bar plans to quickly establish themselves as a pillar of the city’s community.
Along with their dedication to quality and community, Tupelo Honey Southern Kitchen and Bar also puts emphasis on ensuring their employees are always satisfied and well taken care of. Plans are to open with a full-time restaurant staff who are immediately eligible for the company’s amazing benefits package.
Tupelo Honey Southern Kitchen and Bar also puts emphasis on ensuring their employees are always satisfied and well taken care of.
This package will include basic health care costs, as well as other benefits specifically added to ease employee’s lives. Besides health care, employees will find tuition reimbursement, child care reimbursement, and paid volunteer hours, encouraging employees to give back to their local community.
The restaurant company has a genuine interest in developing their employees instead of simply hiring for the moment. The tuition reimbursement benefit is also available for culinary programs and employees are even encouraged to submit their own recipes at each location. Additionally, the staff can participate in beer, wine, and cocktail appreciation courses to further their knowledge and experience.
The tuition reimbursement benefit is also available for culinary programs and employees are even encouraged to submit their own recipes at each location.
With plans to open near Dallas, Texas (in the Cowboy’s training facility, The Star) and looking at other possible locations, working for Tupelo Honey Southern Kitchen and Bar may be the start of a long and successful career!
For more information on joining the Tupelo Honey Southern Kitchen and Bar team, click here to view their open positions and apply today!
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