London-based Ace Cafe coming to downtown Orlando; hiring 175
London-based Ace Cafe will open its motor-themed diner in downtown Orlando this Spring, according to a news release. Ace Cafe Orlando plans to hire about 175 people and is hosting a job fair from Jan. 27-30 between 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. at the Courtyard Orlando Downtown, 730 N. Magnolia Ave. Bartenders, baristas, servers and retail sales associates can apply in person or send an email to [email protected].
Ace Cafe Orlando will take over a three-acre parcel to house a motor-inspired art gallery, an outdoor area to display bikes and cars, a live-event area and retail shops. (Courtesy of Ace Cafe Orlando)
Ace Cafe Orlando is renovating three structures, including the Harry P. Leu building, on a three-acre parcel at the corner of West Livingston Street and Garland Avenue. Besides the eatery, it also plans to open a motor-inspired art gallery, an outdoor area to display bikes and cars, a live-event area and retail shops.
This is the first Ace Cafe to open in the United States.
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