The start of 2013 has been a popular time for some business owners to launch new restaurants. In fact, these establishments could play important roles in the growth of the U.S. economy over the next few years.??
For example, WATE-TV reports that First Watch, an upscale restaurant that specializes in breakfast foods, will open a location in Tennessee in the first half of 2013. The establishment features a vast array of menu items that could make it an attractive spot for guests.??
“It really fits in the niche here [in Tennessee] that’s missing right now from a family-type place where people can go and enjoy a nice breakfast,” First Watch owner James??Geib told the news source.
First Watch officials are already on the lookout for qualified restaurant professionals who can contribute to the establishment. Geib said that the restaurant expects to begin hiring workers in the next few months.??
New restaurants want to hit the ground running, and hiring reliable experts is essential for business owners. As more establishments open in 2013, restaurateurs will search for experienced bakers, cooks and kitchen staff members to assist visitors.??
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