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Need Edgy, Creative Job Title For A Chef/owner
Posted by Anonymous on
3/3/2007 at 5:18 PM ET
I am looking for some edgy, creative almost risky job titles for A 39 yearold fun, enthusiastic, very talented woman who owns and operates her very own white tablecloth restaurant, short or long... she does everything from cooking, managing all staff, creating promos, marketing, bookkeeping, firing, wine list management. She is "the mama". For the past five years, she has simply used "Chef/Owner" on her beautiful cards. Also looking for different, fun titles for Dining room Manager/Owner Assistant, and Servers (Male and Female). Got ideas? Thank you!
3/3/2007 at 10:11 PM
Quick theme idea for you.
Alice's Card Army..
Could You Enjoy being THE Queen of Tarts (Edgy) with King, Knave and Cards... answering to you?
The Queen demands that everything is perfect, and, if for some reason, something goes wrong, you can be sure anyone involved will be sentenced to be beheaded.
An over-the-top performance of Royal proportion would be very memorable and perhaps apropos.
Pastry shop in my son's 'hood.
similar drive perhaps?
'Queen of Tarts' on Business Card says it all, food fit for royalty by and in control Chef!
3/4/2007 at 11:51 AM
3/6/2007 at 10:06 AM
Sounds like a lady who has quite a great understanding of her business. Since you mention "risky" will offer the following:
owner's title include all on card:
Owner, CEO,CFO,Founder,Chef, Manager,Bar Keep, caption:"working this hard would make anyone schizo.
owner: CEO, Chief Entertainment Officer
owner: CFO , Chief Fun Officer
A few titles
Manager of Sheer Delights (Pastry- Desert Chef)
Hot Chick in the Kitchen (Chef)(assuming female of course)
Front End Charmer (Seating Captain,)
Passion Pleaser (wait staff or Bartender)
Hopefully these could add a little fun without being too irreverant.
GOOD Luck & Happy Marketing ~
3/13/2007 at 8:31 AM
She Could be:
Chef Executive Officer
Chief Palatte Officer
Another twist would be to play around with the taste platform.
Head of Tastes
Taste Manager/ Taste Assistant
and Taste Providers (Male and Female)
3/13/2007 at 10:18 AM
Momma: Restaurant Raconteur
Diva of Delicious
DR Mgr: Traffic Cop
Chief Happiness Officer
Delicious Delivery Specialist
3/16/2007 at 3:49 PM
I like the variations on CEO for you - Cause you'll still need that for "official" paper work so when you use CEO they'll assume traditional meaning but you'll know it really means
Chief Eatery Officer
Chief Eatery Operator
Customer Experience Operatives
Heck, everyone working there can be a CEO
3/22/2007 at 8:09 AM
I am closing this question since it's more than 2 weeks old. We do this to reward the contributions of participants in a timely manner + to give increased visibility to the newer questions.
Thanks for participating!
Carrie (Production Editor)
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