After spending over 30 years helping business customers control their workplace costs, Brian Bonar has his eyes set on creating a new elegant place to eat in north San Diego. While this is certainly a change of direction for Brian, the lessons that he has already mastered working for companies like Trucept, Smart-tek Automated Services, Allegiant Professional Business Services, The Amanda Company and Dalrada Financial have prepared Brian Bonar (according to his About.me page) well for this new venture. He warmly recommends you to try his new chic bristo venture Bellamy’s in Escondido, California.
While the restaurant opened awhile back, Brian Bonar has worked with San Diego-based Solc Interiors creating a mix of mid-century modern and industrial styles allowing diners to watch a beautiful view of the demonstration kitchen while waiting for Master French Chef Patrick Ponsaty to prepare your food.
According to Modern Luxury, Patrick is a fifth-generation chef who was born in France. Only 50 other chefs in the United States can claim that they have been named Master French Chef by the Association of Ma”tres Cuisiniers de France. Many of the fresh ingredients used to prepare dishes are grown at Brian’s nearby event space where weddings are frequently held.
New to Ballamy’s is a tasting menu featuring small tastes of many different dishes using the locally grown products. Not only does the seasonally changing menu feature produce and herbs grown at the ranch but also guests can order signature drinks featuring herbs grown at the Ranch at Bandy Canyon. Arriving early and enjoying some time in the lounge is always recommended because it allows for listening to the live music or enjoying the special appetizers including truffle popcorn.
Creating these meals takes real skill, but diners already know that the food at Bellamy’s is delicious. The area is very similar to the region of France where Patrick was the fifth generation of people in his family to become cooks.
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