Walk-On’s Seeks Team Members For First Chattanooga Restaurant

Monday, January 10, 2022

Walk-On’s Sports Bistreaux is gearing up to introduce its "mouthwatering Louisiana cuisine" to the Chattanooga community in February.

But before the award-winning restaurant can make its Chattanooga debut, Walk-On’s is in search of individuals to join its All-American team. Located at 224 Broad St., Walk-On’s is seeking up to 200 local teammates for all front of house and back of house positions. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply by texting 89631 to (844) 311-6432, or they can apply in person by visiting the Courtyard by Marriott at 200 Chestnut St. Interviews will take place in the hotel’s conference room from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Candidates are required to bring a valid ID with them to apply.

“We’re thrilled to bring a taste of Louisiana to Chattanooga this February,” said Jason Gisclair, president of DBMC Restaurants, LLC, a Walk-On’s franchisee. “Ahead of our grand opening, we’re in search of fun and outgoing individuals to help us serve our authentic, scratch-made dishes to Chattanooga locals and visitors alike. We offer competitive pay, advancement opportunities and flexible hours that sets us apart from our competitors. We can’t wait to meet our new team members in the weeks ahead as we prepare for opening day.”

When Walk-On’s first Chattanooga restaurant opens, it will mark the second Walk-On’s in Tennessee and 62nd systemwide. For more information about Chattanooga’s new Walk-On’s, visit facebook.com/WalkOnsChattanooga.

At Walk-On’s, each dish is made from scratch, using fresh ingredients to bring its Louisiana cuisine to life. The diverse menu features unique twists on game-day staples and upscale takes on Louisiana mainstays, such as Crawfish Etouffee, Duck & Andouille Gumbo and Krispy Kreme Donut Bread Pudding. For a complete menu, locations and more information, visit walk-ons.com.


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