Any 9-5 food service jobs?

Ive got a passion for food, but my current schedule of early morning to afternoon every day, weekends included, is killing me! I was wondering if anyone knew of any mon-fri, normal hour food service jobs? Id settle for the job titles alone..please!!!! I have a degree in culinary arts and restaurant management. I dont need a fast food job, I need a good job working for a good paying company.. By the way, I work 6am-2:30 now

Asked By: risscat2 - 8/22/2006
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Your best bet is to find a restaurant that is primarily a lunch and/or breakfast place. You're not going to find a 9-5er, but 6-2 isn't unheard of. You just need to find a place that doesn't do much or any business on the weekends (think downtown business districts) or at night... More
Answered By: manny - 8/22/2006
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Don't think so.
Answered By: Pyrapurcell - 8/22/2006
McDonalds will usually let you work the hours you want
Answered By: Kellkat - 8/22/2006
Well, the only thing that comes to mind is being a a meat packing plant!
Answered By: burninlummox - 8/22/2006
Nah, I don't think so unless you fast food restaurant. But other than that nope............
Answered By: naturalmystic1111 - 8/22/2006
You could always work in the school cafeteria, they work from about 8am to 3pm. No weekends. That would be a good food service job if you have kids. Pay is low, but benefits and hours are good.
Answered By: orangenyellow_roses - 8/22/2006
MINE!!! they are rare but you can do it. I'm a pastry chef at a fine dining restaurant and I work 8-4 mon-fri. Our salad people do the plate-ups on desserts so I don't have to be there. Alot of restaurants, don't have the need for a full time pastry chef, if one at all, so chances aren't so good there. But we do serve... More
Answered By: fifi - 8/22/2006
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