In 1895 Ferdinand Rosati, an Italian immigrant from the region of Naples, Italy, opened a fine-dining Italian restaurant on Coney Island.
In 1906 Ferdinand moved to Chicago and started another Italian restaurant on Chicago’s famous Taylor Street. Immense success led to expansion – a hotel, saloon, and small importing and exporting business of Italian foods were added to the restaurant.
Back then, pizza was strictly old-world Italian fare. It was simply a tomato sauce served on crisp bread that Ferdinand would put on the table as a special offering to his customers – and boy did the people love it!
Rosati’s new location in Freeport, Illinois is hiring. They’re conducting Open Interviews on the following dates.
Saturday, November 19th 10AM-7PM
Monday, November 21st 9AM-7PM
Tuesday, November 22nd 9AM-7PM
Saturday, November 26th 12PM-4PM
Monday, November 28th-Friday, December 2nd 10AM-7PM
You are being asked to download the Rosati’s job application here and bring it and your resume to the interview.
To view the Roasati’s menu, click here.