Armature Works' new oyster bar, Stones Throw, is opening this month

And, they're hiring.


Stones Throw, an oyster bar, which is expected to open by the end of May at Armature Works in Tampa, is now hiring.

If you want to find out more about the eatery before applying, good luck. Upon visiting the website, the only clickable link is to apply.

During the application process, there aren't any suggested positions on the site, so a shot in the dark at any restaurant position will do the trick. Fill out no fewer than two former or current employers, include your education history, formal training (again, assuming this relates to the restaurant industry or at an oyster bar), followed by references and the usual check yes or no if you have a criminal history. Applicants can apply online.

The oyster bar will be located outside of Armature Works right next door to soon-to-be standup paddleboard company, Urban Kai's second location. 

Armature Works seems to be in the process of making its grounds a one-stop shop for work, food, and fun. 

More details to come at Stones Throw leaves bread crumbs for both its employees and future customers.

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