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We ran across a very cool social networking site for the Restaurant+Bar community called It’s kind of like Facebook, but created by and for members of the food and bar industry.

Join BiteClub and you can:

– Maintain a direct dialogue with restaurant and bar insiders
– Promote your restaurant, bar or product
– Post and find jobs
– Create a culinary group
– Discover new places
– Plan and promote your events

Schedulefly has created a BiteClub profile in their Product section and is busy connecting with restaurant and bar owners, managers, employees and other businesses in the industry. It is a great tool for making connections in the industry. Make sure to connect with us after you Join!

Our online scheduling and employee communication platform was recently featured in their latest member newsletter….included below.

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Happy Thursday Biters,

Are you…

• A BiteClub member who loves the community?

• Someone who loves turning other on to new things?

• Always hanging around with service industry types?

Then you should become an official BiteClub Ambassador. We have launched a new program where we are enlisting 20 people to represent BiteClub in their region, and get rewarded for it. Check out the details HERE.

What’s Happening On The Site

How To Get A Job

Sometimes we need to be reminded of the fundamentals, the basics. Here’s a great blog written by a Human Resources manager. Need a job? Follow these tips for a resume that will get you noticed…in a good way. If you have some input, please weigh in.

The “you people get paid hourly” Guy

Funny and even if you’re not in the bar industry, you’ll say, “What a cheapskate!” CLICK HERE.


Schedulefly is an easy-to-use online employee scheduling software application serving the restaurant industry. Restaurant managers create, post and manage weekly schedules from anywhere, anytime. Employees simply login at to check their schedule, read important company messages, trade shifts with other employees and more. Schedulefly allows you to improve the relationship between management and an increasingly web-savvy, mobile workforce. CLICK HERE for more information.


Rossy is a chef among chefs. She makes an amazing hot sauce. She’s always biting and if you catch her online, which you usually can, drop her an Instant Message. She’s delightful!

Rossy’s Snapshot:

Location: Canada

Gender: Female

First job: Nutrition & Kitchen manager at a Daycare Center

Where I work: Arbour Restaurant

Best things about my gig: Full freedom to create & cook whatever I want

Worst things about my gig: Occasional menu interference. Paperwork.

Joined BiteClub for: Networking, Friendship, connections

Signature recipe: Phad Thai

Home Town: Panama & Canada

Favorite restaurants: Centro, North 44, Smokeless Joe, Richlee’s, ByMark, Kama, 1985, La Mexicana, Susur, etc etc etc

This is always in my fridge: Garlic, Sambal Oelek

Favorite munchies: Dim Sum, Smoked Oysters, grilled cheese

Interests and hobbies: Art, reading, live music, theatre, movies

Recommended reading: Anthony Bourdain’s Kitchen Confidential, Da Vinci’s Kitchen, Eat Pray Love

Tools of the trade: HTC phone, pen & paper, digital camera, Advil, water bottle, tunes, sense of humour, knife

Last vacation: Bordeaux, France

What makes a good chef: genuine love for the trade, one who knows how to listen, when to ask for help & never stops learning.

My biggest responsibilities to the public: To not poison them

Learn more about our Featured Biter on her profile, CLICK HERE