Legal Sea Foods

  www.legalseafoods.com
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Servers and Host Staff at Legal Sea Foods

Legal Sea Foods Mc Lean, VA

At Legal Sea Foods, our employees' talent and dedication drive our uncompromising commitment to quality. We offer great pay and benefits including… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Sous Chef

Legal Sea Foods Crystal City, VA +2 locations

Responsible for upholding LSFs Safety and Sanitation standards, managing all food production, acquiring complete knowledge of all menu items and any… Glassdoor


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View from the parking lot of the Legal Sea Foods' Quality Control Center and corporate headquarter office located in Boston, MA (Photo by Coolcaesar - available under CC-BY-NC-SA 3.0 & GFDL, v1.75)

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Legal Sea Foods President and CEO Roger S. Berkowitz
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    Overall, a great company to work for.

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    Former Employee - Restaurant Manager
    Former Employee - Restaurant Manager

    I worked at Legal Sea Foods full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    They give you extensive training. Not only just Seafood, but wine and spirits as well. Quality of product is something to be proud of. They have very high standards. Being a server or bartender here is hard work, but it pays off. They promote from within, so if you are looking to run a restaurant one day, it's a great choice. They are constantly expanding (and busy!) in even this economy.

    Cons

    Lower management makes average salary, long hours, late nights, and no travel reinbursment. When I was management, I literally had no life and no time to do anything outside the company. I would work 12 hour shifts plus an hour commute there and and hour commute back home. Days off were spent with call from upper management, conference calls, and mandatory meetings.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Gm's: it wouldn't kill you to close ONE night a week. District managers: Don't make managers travel so far when there are so many restaurants closer to where they live. Put a better emphasis on quality of life.

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