If there is anything you can say about Brian Bonar, it would be the fact that he is a mover-and-a-shaker in the world of San Diego business startups.
Because of that, Bonar has enlisted the aid of acclaimed chef Patrick Ponsaty, who has found a sort of kinship within the rugged hills of Escondido.
Simply put, Escondido reminds him of home. A native of the Toulouse region of France, Ponsaty cut his teeth early on becoming a master chef. He is well-renowned for his expertise, and he is looking to get that same amount of recognition at Brian Bonar’s new restaurant.
Although Bellamy’s has already began to establish itself as an area for only those with the most discerning of tastes, it now has moved up in the world much like if the Beatles were playing in your favorite roadhouse.
This metamorphisis of Bellamy’s is not only going to begin with the aid of this excellent chef however. They are also going to get the ball rolling on an extensive remodeling plan in order to make the restaurant one of the most chic places in order for upwardly mobile professionals to go. Read more: Brian Bonar | Whitepages
Ask Ponsaty to describe his cuisine, and he would simply laugh and say, “French”. What with his dishes that include filaments of watercress, monkfish with morels, or duck sauvage, the restaurant is now under his domain. The menu is now shoulders above where it used to be, and that is exactly the way Brian Bonar desires it to be. Read more: The New Frontier
If there is one thing that distinguishes Brian Bonar and sets him apart from the rest it would be his attention to detail. Whatever he might be focused on, he makes sure that every piece of it exudes excellence. Besides his foray into the restaurant business, Bonar has also served as CEO of Trucept, Inc. for a number of years now. Learn more about Brian Bonar: http://www.spokeo.com/Brian-Bonar and http://people.equilar.com/bio/brian-bonar-trucept–inc./salary/470203
He not only wants to be the best CEO possible but he has a strong desire to be a pillar of the San Diego community as well. By giving back to his community, he believes he can show others how to exhibit the stellar leadership skills that made him one of the successes of San Diego.