In Escondido, San Diego, the hotel business is booming, and more people are venturing into it. However, even with the increased number of restaurants in this city, business owners have not resulted in the traditional ways of luring customers into their hotels.
In Escondido, it is hard to find bartenders and beautiful hostess-mermaids urging customers to come into the restaurants. Escondido is a home to some of the finest restaurants and award-winning chefs. One of the famous chefs is Patrick Ponsaty, who began his career at Rancho Bernardo Inn. Ponsaty worked alongside Gavin Kaysen.
Bonar ventures into the hotel business
Escondido city has attracted internationally acclaimed entrepreneurs such as Brian Bonar. Bonar’s first establishment in this area was a small restaurant called Mini Empire. He later renamed it to Bellamy’s Restaurant. Then, he sourced staff from Rancho Bernardo Inn, which was closing down at the time.
Bonar hired El Biz and made him the head of restaurant operations. He also hired Master Chef Ponsaty and named him the chief chef. Bonar plans to expand the restaurant to the nearby ranch, to make it a four-star hotel. Bellamy’s serves some of the most exquisite dishes, including corn soup, shaved summer truffle sprinkled with sea salt, and poached salmon. The desserts include saffron pannacotta with strawberry-hibiscus consommé. Bellamy’s has become the top restaurant in this city.
Bonar’s education and work history
Brian Bonar is a terrific investor and the chief executive of Trucept, Inc., a company that offers insurance services and staffing solutions to customers. Bonar is skilled in the field of mergers and acquisitions, management, new business development, marketing strategy, and business development.
According to San Diego Magazine, During his free time, Brian Bonar plays golf, rides boats, and travels to different cities with his family. Bonar got his first degree at the James Watt Technical College. In 1973, he enrolled at the Stanford University and graduated in 1985 with a master in mechanical engineering.
Brian Bonar began his career in 1969 at IBM as a procurement manager. His task was mainly to acquire motherboards for his clients. In 1985, Bonar got another job at QMS, Inc., as the Director of Engineering. At QMS, he was in charge of managing hardware and software engineers. Four years later, he was appointed the vice president of the sales and marketing division of Rastek Corporation.
In 1993, Bonar became the sales manager in charge of Korean and Japanese manufacturers. A year later, he launched his company known as Bezier Systems that pioneered the first SCSI-based printer.
Since 1999, he has been working as the CEO of Dalrada Financial Services. Bonar served as the vice president of Itec Imaging Technologies. In 2008, he secured a high profile position at Allegiant Professional Business Services.