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Oceanside Beach Bar & Grill Holding Job Fair for New Ormond Beach Location

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Veteran restaurant owners Tony and Johnny Lulgjuraj are making the big leap – from owning one restaurant to owning two. Oceanside Beach Bar & Grill is preparing to open its second location, this one in Ormond Beach. In preparation for their new venture, the Lulgjuraj’s are hosting a job fair this Wednesday.

The event will take place at the new location, 1900 Ocean Shore Blvd in Ormond Beach. It starts at 10:00 am and lasts until 7:00 pm. Those who plan on attending are encouraged to bring in their resumes, and be prepared to be interviewed for a job on-site.

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Further information about the job fair can be found on its Facebook event page. Those who are looking to apply but may not be able to attend the event on Wednesday can also do so online ahead of the event, at Oceanside’s listing on 386jobs.

According to a release prepared by the Lulgjuraj’s on Sunday, the fair will seek to fill multiple restaurant positions, including servers, bartenders, kitchen staff, and management roles. It will look for candidates whose ability “aligns with the restaurant’s values of quality and community.”

The original Oceanside Beach Bar & Grill was opened in 2010 by Tony and Johnny, in a premium location along SR-A1A with a view of the ocean. To this day it remains one of the most popular dining destinations in town, holding a cornerstone role in the business scene south of Moody Blvd. The Lulgjuraj’s father, George, previously owned and operated Manny’s Pizza in Flagler Beach according to information on Oceanside’s website. “[The Lulgjurajs’ mother] Marina, Tony and Johnny strive to continue the family tradition and love serving Flagler Beach and beyond with the best food, service and atmosphere!”, the bio continues.

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Chris Gollon is a Flagler County resident since 2004, as well as a staple of the local independent music scene and avid observer of Central Florida politics, arts, and recreation.

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