To maintain our image as an exceptional, high quality restaurant, we need to dress the part.
Following are detailed descriptions of dress for both the Front of the House (FOH) and Back of the House (BOH) positions. If you have any questions regarding our dress code, please talk to management.
Front of the House (FOH) Employees
A black shirt, ¾ sleeve length or shorter sleeve length, or a Food & Co tshirt. Shirts must be in good condition (not soiled, stained, ripped, or faded). Shirts must fit at the sleeve, whether short- or long-sleeved. Sleeveless shirts are not allowed. Black or khaki pants (pants must be long enough to touch the top of the shoes), skirt, capris, or shorts. (No short skirts or shorts…if they’re too short, you will be sent home to change. Too short is four or more inches above the knee. When in doubt, choose other attire.)
All clothing is to be neat, clean, and relatively wrinkle-free (in other words, if it looks like you wore your clothing to bed, we’ll send you home to change into something less wrinkled). Black or khaki socks and black or khaki shoes, with non-skid soles for your safety. Only shoes with non-slip soles that permit walking safely on wet or greasy floors should be worn. Shoes must be clean. Health code states that open-toed shoes are not allowed. Absolutely no high heels! High heels are not safe in a restaurant environment. Employees who are dressed inappropriately will be clocked out and sent home to change.
Back of the House (BOH) Employees
Same as FOH employees, but BOH employees may wear jeans, khakis, or other pants/shorts, so long as they are not ripped, stained, etc. BOH employees may also wear any type of closed-toed shoes with non-skid safety soles (i.e., black socks and shoes are not required). BOH employees may also wear chef coats and hats, bandanas, baseball caps.