Food and Beverage Jobs

You’ve been waiting tables for as long as you can remember. You know how to run a kitchen. You thrive in fast-paced bar and restaurant environments. Or maybe you’re an expert on all things craft beer. Merlot might be your middle name.

Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a newbie looking to get your start within the food and beverage industry, there are awesome gigs out there that are tailored to your skills. The food and beverage world offers a wide variety of cool jobs – curating farm to table menus in the Pacific Northwest, tending to the vines in Napa, or even serving tables at the local sports bar.

These jobs allow you to learn about the business, hone your skills and meet some of the most interesting characters – and very likely make some lifelong friends while you’re at it. There are also opportunities that allow you to live and work in some pretty cool places.

It doesn’t matter if you are a city dweller or crave being off the grid. If you’d like to explore beautiful scenery and/or exhilarating cityscapes while you work with others who are passionate about creating tasty food and serving a wide variety of folks, you’ve come to the right place.

Featured Food and Beverage Jobs

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Private Family Cook

Crivitz, Wisconsin

Embrace the joy of crafting wholesome meals amidst the beauty of nature!


Lead Cook

Bozeman, Montana

Seeking an experienced Line Cook to join their culinary team!


Restaurant Server

Pigeon Forge, Tennessee

Come work with us an enjoy consistent flexible hours. No working into early morning hours. We aren’t open into early morning!

Bay Harbor


Petoskey, Michigan

The primary focus of the café attendant is to provide quality service to guests by preparing and serving coffee related beverages.


Line Cook

St. George Maine

Line cook for a 17 year old German/ American seafood restaurant. Housing provided.


Harvest Assistant

Amity, Oregon

You will be a part of every aspect of wine making production at the winery, from grape sorting to barreling the wine after fermentation.