Students from the William S. Hart Union High School District will take over Stonefire Grill, acting as chefs, food prep staff, managers and customer service personnel as part of the district’s Career Vision Pathways program.
On Tuesday, Nov. 3 at 10 a.m., 25 Canyon High School students will take control of the restaurant, located at 23300 Cinema Drive, for the day.
The idea behind the exercise is to introduce the youth to opportunities in the food services industry by actually performing various functions firsthand.
They will learn about career opportunities, what’s necessary to achieve their goals, what the work environment is like and typical salaries in the field. Afterward, the students will take to the kitchen to prepare their own lunches.
“Stonefire Grill’s havelong partnered with local schools to introduce students to a range of lessons from learning about healthy alternatives to their favorite foods to exploring career opportunities in the restaurant business,” said the restaurant’s spokesperson Justin Lopez. “We look forward to welcoming the high school students for a day of adventure and learning.”
About Stonefire Grill
Stonefire Grill, a leader in the fast-casual genre with eight locations to date, was established in 2000 by sisters Mary & Maureen Harrigan as an homage to their family dinners where delicious food and spirited conversation were served up nightly.
The menu of American fare is expansive and features Mesquite BBQ Tri Tip, BBQ and Lemon Garlic Chicken Breast, Baby Back Ribs, and a wide assortment of salads, pizzas and pastas.
All items on the menu are available “to go” and each restaurant is even designed with a special entrance dedicated to takeout — the modern mother’s version of providing a wholesome, delicious meal for her family.
Locations are in Lakewood, Valencia, West Hills, Fountain Valley, Irvine, Chatsworth, Pasadena and Thousand Oaks. Catering is also available.
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