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Yard House hiring for over 200 positions

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Yard House, an award-winning chain of 43 restaurants, will open the doors to its first Ohio location at The Banks in downtown Cincinnati on Sunday, March 24 at 11 a.m.

Starting Tuesday, February 5, Yard House will begin accepting applications at its temporary Hiring Center inside the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center at 50 East Freedom Way across the street from the new restaurant location. All applicants must check in at the North Star Café on the ground level.

The restaurant, known for its extensive menu of American fusion fare, playlist of classic to contemporary rock and a draught beer offering featuring 160 taps of craft ales and lagers, will look to fill more than 200 positions. Those actively seeking jobs and career opportunities can apply for front-of-the-house or heart-of-the-house positions, which range from servers, bartenders, hosts and expeditors to line cooks, prep cooks, dishwashers and barbacks.

Founded in 1996, Yard House has locations in California, Georgia, Arizona, North Carolina, Kansas, Texas, Massachusetts, Hawaii, Florida, Colorado, Illinois, Nevada, New York, Ohio, Virginia and Washington. The new Yard House at The Banks will be the second Yard House to open in 2013 and the company's 44th location.

To download the application, follow this link -http://www.yardhouse.com/docs/appyh.pdf

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