New York City native Annie Moser brings years of experience working in two that city’s most iconic restaurants.
She learned her trade at Daniel, an Upper East Side establishment renowned for its contemporary French cuisine and elegant ambiance. It is one of the few Manhattan restaurants to have been awarded a coveted two-start Michelin rating. From there she went to The Odeon, a 35-year-old restaurant noted for its solid bistro fare and attitude-free atmosphere.
Her duties at Bordinos include overseeing reservations, front-of-the house scheduling, and working as a server three days a week. She credits a general manager at The Odeon for her love of the restaurant business. “She inspired me to take this career path and to always be good at my job.”
Favorite Bordinos entrée: “I don’t usually order chicken when I eat out, but the Chicken Marsala here is special. It’s rich and homey and really delicious.”
Favorite thing about Bordinos: “It’s fine dining, but laid back and casual, which I think is a reflection of Fayetteville itself. Plus, everyone here is really passionate about their work.”