Example of a Restaurant Host Resume

Updated May 2, 2018

Restaurant hosts provide the first point of contact for customers as they arrive. Their responsibility is to greet customers and ensure that they are correctly seated.

A resume for a restaurant host will need to contain customer orientation and hospitality skills.

Let us see how a resume for restaurant host/hostess position can be written efficiently.

See also: Host Resume Sample



Restaurant Host Resume Example


Cyril Cabb

6 Main Street | South Port, CT 55242 | (000) 933-9339 | Email

Energetic, customer-focused seeking a position as a Restaurant Host with Omni Yummies utilizing exceptional hospitality and communication skills to create and maintain a positive image of the restaurant.

• Over four years of demonstrated experience as a Restaurant Host
• Exceptionally familiar with the greeting and seating protocols in a restaurant setting
• Hands on experience in maintaining a positive liaison with patrons and new customers
• In-depth knowledge of serving procedures
• Proficient in ensuring customers’ orders are well coordinated and accurately served

• Managed large-scale corporate lunches at the restaurant by providing excellence in hospitality services
• Awarded Employee of the Year following customer feedback regarding exceptional attitude and customer oriented service


Berrylicious – South Port, CT | May 2011 – Present
Restaurant Host
• Greet customers as they arrive and bid farewell as they leave
• Seat customers according to choice and availability
• Present menus and take orders
• Relay the orders to the kitchen staff and ensure it is served efficiently and accurately

Avari – South Port, CT | Feb 2008 – May 2011
• Cleaned work areas and tables
• Filled drinks as and when necessary
• Assisted in menu planning when needed
• Resolved customer complaints
• Prepared beverages
• Collected payment from customers

South Port Public School, South Port, CT – 2007
High School Diploma

• Excellent customer orientation
• Able to work on foot for long hours
• Proven ability to multitask and resolve complaints
• Able to work efficiently while unsupervised
• Exceptional written and oral communication skills