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Bonefish Grill to Open in Aventura: Hiring 125 Employees

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If you live in the northernmost part of Miami-Dade, take note. Bonefish Grill, the seafood restaurant chain, is opening a new location in Aventura.

The new Bonefish Grill is set to open Monday, March 2, at 18713 Biscayne Blvd. And besides bringing well-priced seafood offerings to the city, it's bringing 125 new jobs to Aventura.

The restaurant is looking for qualified Aventura-area residents for positions that range from angler (the person responsible for the restaurant's appearance, presentation, and customer experience) to front of house and kitchen staff.

The restaurant chain's parent company, Bloomin' Brands, was listed as one of the most admired companies by Fortune and offers employees a host of benefits, including medical/dental/prescription drug coverage, meal discounts, vacation, flexible schedules, and career advancement opportunities.

Bloomin' Brands is a publicly traded company that also owns Outback Steakhouse, Carrabba's Italian Grill, Fleming's, and Roy's Restaurant.

Applications are available online at bloominbrandscareers.com. Enter code 67061 for Aventura job opportunities.

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