Swan Lake Now Hiring Dining Staff as It Prepares to Debut New Restaurant

Swan Lake Resort is now taking applications for its new casual dining restaurant, Dickie’s, as well as for the Clubhouse Grille and Banquet facilities.  Group recruiting sessions for restaurant and banquet servers will be taking place at the restaurant from 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. on April 5 and 12. Interested people should complete an application online at http://swanlakeresortemployment.iapplicants.com/searchjobs.php or go the Swan Lake website and click on “Careers” at the bottom of the page. After extensive renovations to its former restaurant space, Swan Lake Resort will open its new restaurant, Dickie’s, on May 2, 2013. Described as a “unique casual dining experience for all journeys of sophisticated souls,” Dickie’s features both a bar and table dining with views of the surrounding golf courses. The restaurant also includes a new menu with a modern twist on American classics, an extensive beer and wine selection and signature cocktails. The new restaurant is truly a family affair. Named after one of the owners, Richard “Dickie” Klingler, the restaurant celebrates his journey as he worked to achieve the American Dream. The restaurant renovation was designed by the resort President, Pam (Klingler) Smith. Along with new décor, the restaurant has a new chef and a new menu. Award-winning Executive Chef Zachary Lucchese has assembled a menu featuring dishes that will appeal to diners of all ages and tastes, many made with locally grown ingredients. Though Chef Zachary has Italian roots himself, he loves to explore diverse cuisine styles and at Dickie’s, you will explore along with him. Applicants should contact Gwen Thomas, HR Manager, at 800-935-5616 for more information. Swan Lake Resort is located just off State Road 30 with easy access from U. S. 31.   Swan Lake Resort. The Ultimate Experience. Resort with Golf, Conference, Restaurant, Hotel, Villas, Cabins, and Cottages.

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