In the spring of 2016, a team led by Danish food entrepreneur Claus Meyer opened a food hall and restaurant in Grand Central Terminal. The food hall and restaurant bring culinary concepts, flavors and ideas – rooted in the history and the landscapes of the Nordic countries. Claus is the founder of Meyers, which launched many influential restaurants and other food projects in Denmark. He is also co-founder of noma, a Copenhagen restaurant that has four times been rated the best in the world, and he initiated the New Nordic Cuisine Movement. In 2010, he founded the Melting Pot Foundation, because he believes that social change can be driven by food – using the tools of entrepreneurship, education, and deliciousness.
Are you a people-person, a forward-thinker and a tastemaker in your field?
We offer you to be part of a new and dynamic organization under the visionary leadership of Claus Meyer, founder of the New Nordic Cuisine movement and co-founder of noma, rated the world’s best restaurant several times, and his creative team.
We are looking for talented, enthusiastic and career-minded individuals, who want to join us on our journey of bringing culinary concepts, flavors and ideas rooted in the history and the landscapes of the Nordic countries to the City of New York where, this past spring, we opened a new food hall and fine-dining restaurant located in the Grand Central Terminal.
We want to grow our team with a diverse group of colleagues, who are devoted to creating and serving an ever-evolving array of delicious food and drink, and to convey the story of how it was made and the people who made it.
We value passionate and independent-thinking people, who take pride in delivering memorable guest experiences and set out to be the best they can be.
Learn more about us below.
Claus Meyer TED Talk
Claus Meyer Bread Making Pep Talk at Roskilde Festival
Alice Waters, Claus Meyer, and Will Rosenzweig:
Sustainable Food Entrepreneurship
Berkeley-Haas Center for Responsible Business’ Peterson Series
University of California, Berkeley