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In Fall 2019, Neighborhood Restaurant Group will launch The Grand Delancey, its first NYC project. From the ambitious team behind acclaimed DC draft beer destinations like ChurchKey and The Sovereign, The Grand Delancey will showcase the best craft beers from brewers near and far. Check out our recent coverage in the New York Times
We are looking for a seasoned General Manager to lead our team, and if you have a passion for craft beer and a commitment to delivering the highest level of hospitality, we want to meet you!
About the Grand Delancey
The Grand Delancey will be located inside The Market Line, an expansive, bazaar-like marketplace running three city blocks on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Beer Director and Partner Greg Engert will lead The Grand Delancey’s beer program and will showcase the very best of the local scene alongside offerings from the most exciting domestic and international producers. With plans to rotate over 1,200 different beers annually through a state-of-the-art, 50 tap draft system, along with multiple cask ales and a focused reserve bottle offering, The Grand Delancey will also feature a wide array of specialized glassware, as well as a multi-temperature draft system, allowing all beers to be served at the appropriate temperature.
To complement its unparalleled beer program, guests of The Grand Delancey will be able to order select offerings from the dozens of local vendors joining The Market Line, providing an unmatched opportunity for beer and food pairing across a vast array of cuisines. Guests can expect a unique beer experience at The Market Line–one that is sure to make the bar a destination for beer lovers across the U.S.
Competitive candidates will have extensive experience and proven success in leadership roles at establishments with compelling beverage programs. They will be expert in managing costs, hiring and coaching employees, and providing excellent service, but we need more than just experience. We are seeking a hospitality expert who embodies the ownership mentality and exudes an infectious sense of hospitality. Our ideal candidate is curious, driven, and inspired on a daily basis by the fast-paced business we work in and the creative people we’re lucky to call colleagues.
One hallmark of our beer programs is innovative and extensive programming. From tap takeovers and exclusive releases to pairing and seasonal events, the GM will be the chief driver and creative force behind The Grand Delancey’s dynamic programming.
While The Grand Delancey will not have its own kitchen, its guests will have access to a curated menu of Market Line vendor menu items, served by Grand Delancey service staff. As an extension of their duties at The Grand Delancey, the General Manager will also have oversight of a small chef-driven food stall in the Market Line, scheduled to open this summer.
About Neighborhood Restaurant Group
Neighborhood Restaurant Group is a collaborative of 19 independent brands and businesses dedicated to enhancing the communities in which we live and work. The company includes: Birch & Barley, Bluejacket Brewery, B-Side, Buzz Bakeshop, ChurchKey, Columbia Firehouse, Evening Star Café, Hazel, Iron Gate, Owen’s Ordinary, Planet Wine Shop, Red Apron, Rustico, The Partisan, The Sovereign.
About Market Line
Opening in Fall 2019, The Market Line is an expansive, bazaar-like marketplace running three city blocks along Broome Street as part of the Essex Crossing project on the Lower East Side. The Market Line will bring together an eclectic mix of more than 100 locally-sourced food, art, music and fashion vendors reflecting the character and culture of the LES. It will also complement the new, adjoining home for the 77-year-old Essex Street Market, whose entire vendor line-up will be moving into its state-of-the-art space later this year. When complete, the 120,000-square foot Market Line will be the largest market in New York City, and one of the largest in the world, putting it on par in size and scope with markets such as Barcelona’s La Boqueria and London’s Borough Market.