This post is sponsored by Savorhood
We are HIRING! Come join the SavorHood team just in time for our grand opening! With various positions available, great pay, AND tips, this opportunity may be for you!
-ready to fill your days with a job you love?
-looking for some extra cash?
– a retiree looking to return to work?
Join us for our SavorHood job fair on Saturday, April 8th from 12-3pm. This is your chance to change up your career path or simply earn some side income while still having plenty of free time!
Eleven new food and beverage businesses will soon open under one roof and they need employees. SavorHood will hold a job fair this Saturday, April 8, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
SavorHood is a food hall located at 985 Baltimore Pike in Cumberland Township in the building that most recently housed The Pike. Owner Steve Burton said the business will open in early May.
“We are so excited to bring this new dining concept to Gettysburg,” Burton said. “With multiple cuisines under one roof, we are creating a community environment where our employees all work together to make sure every patron has a memorable experience.”
SavorHood is looking for individuals with experience in culinary and management. The SavorStations are hiring for the following positions: general manager, store managers, cooks, bartenders, counter and prep staff, porters, dish room help, and custodial staff. Each SavorStation will have their specific hiring needs at the events. Job seekers should bring copies of their resume and references.
Eleven eateries in one
SavorHood is made up of eleven food and beverage eateries called SavorStations, including:
- Liquid Art Brewery
- Tex’s Lone Star BBQ
- Tilford’s Wood Fired Pizza
- Easy Briez Grilled Cheese
- Sunshine Fries
- CJ’S Seafood
- CJ’S American Grille – Burgers & Hot Dogs
- Mr. G’s Ice Cream
- Gettysburg Cookie Company
- Mexican Street Tacos
- Salads & Wraps
- C3 Cheesesteaks & Wings
Burton and Morley purchased the property last summer and have been busy gutting the interior of the building, adding garage-style doors so it can be used for indoor and outdoor seating and dividing the banquet room so it can serve as one large or two smaller rooms.
The common seating area will consist of large and small tables and about 200 seats to accommodate any size group. Morley said the ceiling will be exposed and wood accents and industrial lighting will be added to give the building an “industrial farmhouse design.”
Customers will order food at their vendor of choice, take a seat and receive a text message when their order is ready. Burton said all orders will take about ten minutes so groups ordering from different vendors can eat together.
“The idea for the look and the food is to be community-based,” co-owner Judy Morley said. “We shy away from the words ‘food court’ because when you think of food court you think of national chains. All of the concepts need to be chef-driven, really good food with fresh ingredients.”
Burton and Morley relocated to Mount Joy Township four years ago from Colorado, where they operate Tilford’s Wood Fired Pizza, which has locations in three food halls similar to SavorHood Gettysburg. This will be Burton and Morley’s first venture into food hall operation, but they hope to expand the brand in future years. Read about Cumberland Township’s Newest Officer