The Front Desk by Worksmith 27 July 2018

Welcome to the The Front Desk by Worksmith
A weekly wrap up of what is happening in food, drinks and beyond.

Collated by Michael Bascetta 
Worksmith, Bar Liberty, Capitano & Grow Assembly

Worksmith Event: Not Too Early presented by Turnip Media
When you work in hospo, you don’t want to get up too early, so Worksmith and Turnip Media have collaborated to bring you some leaders in their fields to share their experiences and tell their stories, at a reasonable hour.

Each talk will offer a unique insight from members of and contributors to the food, drink and hospitality industries. Subjects as varied as photography, the art of service, mental health awareness and how to make mozzarella will be covered in the talks held on the first Monday of the month at 11am, starting on August 6 with The Art of Service.

Keynote speaker Angie Giannakodaki; Manager and owner Epocha, Carlton and Elyros, Camberwell. Almost 30 years in the hospitality industry and co-owner of two successful restaurants. Angie Giannakodakis is a master when it comes to service and front-of-house management.

11:00am — 12:00pm, 6 August
Worksmith
450 Smith Street, Collingwood
Get your free ticket here.

Watch: Grow Assembly Sydney — Change with Palisa Anderson from Chat Thai

Grow Assembly ventured into Sydney for its first event outside of Melbourne. The theme of Change explored ideas from a team of hospitality legends from Neil Perry AM, Joanna Savill & Mitch Orr.

We will be featuring all of the talks each week here on The Front Desk.

Palisa Anderson is a portion of a much larger whole that is her family business. Their first business Chat Thai was established in 1989, since then they have expanded the operations to 9 eateries, a grocery store, a travel agency and a farm.

Podcast: The Pass with Josh Niland
Josh Niland won over the hearts of Australian diners with his fish restaurant, Saint Peter in Paddington, Sydney. Earlier this year, a few shops down the road Fish Butchery became the second installment from Niland. The butchery is a re-imagination of the traditional fish monger with varieties of seafood seldom seen at a retail level.

Click below to hear from the young talent taking Australia to a whole new level of appreciation for seafood.

Melbourne Job Wrap by Scout
This week’s job wrap from Scout includes jobs from Meletos, The Grain Store and Story Coffee.

Find out more about the positions here.