Restaurants, hotels, other businesses hiring in Downtown Orlando

A slew of restaurants, hotels, and new businesses are hiring in Downtown Orlando.

Among the many organizations looking to fill vacancies is F&D Cantina, which opened the doors on its new, Thornton Park location in mid-January. To apply or learn more information, visit the F&D Cantina website.

The Courtyard by Marriott, DoubleTree, and Marriott Orlando are all hiring staff for their downtown-based hotels. The new Hilton Garden Inn, which opened its doors along Magnolia Avenue last year, is also looking to hire a variety of positions.

Hilton Garden Inn in Downtown Orlando
Hilton Garden Inn in Downtown Orlando (401 N Magnolia Avenue)

Eola Hair Salon, which recently celebrated its grand opening, is also looking to bring on new team members. Located at 151 E. Washington Street, Suite 101, the new salon is situated directly across from the Lake Eola Amphitheater.

Eola Hair Lounge in downtown Orlando
Eola Hair Salon (151 E Washington Street)

Additional restaurants hiring include but are not limited to Ember, The Monroe, Vera Asian, and Mason Jar Provisions.

Do you know of additional positions available in and around downtown Orlando? Share them in the comments below.

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