It was always on Craig Nolan’s bucket list to one day own a café and now he and partner Bethany Staib are about to open Stellarossa in Bargara.
The new café will take up residence in Bargara Central and the franchisees are now looking for staff to fill a variety of positions.
“We’ve put a call out for all sorts of staff, from barista to front of house,” Craig said.
“Meals including brekky and lunch will be served throughout the day, so we have a few positions to fill.”
After four years in the Australian Army, Craig said the timing was now perfect to follow his childhood dream and he and Bethany were both excited about the new venture.
“Ever since I was young I wanted to open a café,” he said.
“We’ve been planning this for a while and it’s all coming together now.”
Spending time at Stellarossa headquarters in the lead up to the opening, Bethany and Craig are now refining their barista skills and taking in the café culture.
Stellarossa has about 25 cafes across Queensland with each one locally owned and operated.
The brand encompasses a passion for quality coffee, service excellence and delicious flavours.
Each Stellarossa cafe has a bespoke menu to suit their market, and prides itself on using locally sourced produce.
Stellarossa cafes provide an enticing, modern slant to the traditional cafe.
Most locations have a variety of dining options including indoor tables, benches, lounges and outdoor dining.
With each Stellarossa café being locally owned and operated, Craig said they were looking at the property market in Bargara, where his mother already resides, and they were looking forward to becoming part of the beachside community.
Community members interested in applying for a position can email their resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
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