TAG Restaurant Group
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TAG Restaurant Group

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  • CEO
    Troy Guard
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  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Industry
    Restaurants & Food Service
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Bar Manager in Larimer Square Historic District, CO
on March 16, 2020
If you value creative space or small business vibes, TRG is not for you. No room for innovation, stifling and outdated management. Nothing has really changed in the past 10 years. Upside is working downtown and making decent money.
Server in Denver, CO
on October 27, 2020
Everyone was very friendly and encouraging, and always willing to help if you had a question. Just leave your personal problems at home, and enjoy working at a place with an incredible kitchen and nice, hardworking foh.
Kitchen Manager in Denver, CO
on October 17, 2020
The ceo doesn’t live the core values he created to control people. The culture is a lie and they want you to believe it’s an “Ohana” (family) but it’s not. Poor decision making by the leaders because they are afraid to make a mistake leads to no decisions being made at all. improper training and preparation for managers coupled with a complete lack of transparency within the company From the top make for a really tough place to work. You will feel constantly in fear of losing your job and honestly it’s probably true if you oppose Troy in any way. Management turnover in this group is insane. Illogical and impractical goals That are constantly changing make it incredibly difficult to succeed and the owners lack of business acumen or ability to even understand simple things about running a restaurant are evident after the first few weeks of working.
Server/Bartender in Houston, TX
on February 25, 2020
This “Ohana” BS they try and teach save it . All of the trainers from Denver are stuck up and think they’re better than every one . Owner and his wife claim they’re here for you and we’re part of this ohana ; I don’t understand . Training was so intense and so much studying . Don’t waste your time applying here . Management doesn’t care about you either .
Chef in Denver, CO
on February 20, 2020
The "Ohana" is non-existent and management has turned over multiple times. The pay is far below average and the bonus structure is a joke. The miscommunication between ownership and management on down creates chaos. They have their foot stuck on the gas peddle and will just run you over.

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