David Patterson joined the Forbes 5-star, AAA 5-diamond Broadmoor as executive sous chef in January 2013 after working with Alain Ducasse restaurants in New York, Paris and Monaco.
COLORADO SPRINGS – The Broadmoor announced the promotion of David Patterson to vice president of food and beverage. In this leadership role, Patterson will oversee all food and beverage operations while maintaining the resort’s high culinary standards and enriching the resort’s award-winning dining experiences. Prior to this new position, Patterson was The Broadmoor’s executive chef and was responsible for overseeing the iconic resort’s diverse collection of restaurants, cafes, and lounges, as well as servicing over 300,000 square feet of banquet and event space.
“For nearly ten years, David has been an integral part of The Broadmoor’s culinary team and has provided his talent and leadership to ensure success and evolution of the resort’s distinct collection of dining facilities and programming,” said Abby Murtagh, vice president and managing director. “He is an exemplary hospitality leader focused on operational excellence and dedicated to his team and guests. With his rich experience in food and beverage, David will bring a new level of excellence and passion to The Broadmoor.”
Patterson joined the Forbes 5-star, AAA 5-diamond Broadmoor as executive sous chef in January 2013 after working with Alain Ducasse restaurants in New York, Paris and Monaco. He was appointed as The Broadmoor’s executive chef in 2017. A former executive chef of Hotel Hana-Maui, his career led him to host the prestigious James Beard House dinner, “A Taste of Maui.” As a young sous chef at Maisonette in Cincinnati, David was introduced to the world of Stars and Diamonds in the restaurant that earned five of each for 42 consecutive years. Throughout his tenure, he has traveled extensively to explore and discover the exciting world of food and its traditions in South Korea, China, Thailand, Singapore, India, Egypt and Jordan.
“Situated on 5,000 acres and featuring over 17 dining facilities, The Broadmoor has always been in the unique position of offering guests some of the most distinct and varied seasonal dining experiences in the West,” shared Patterson. “I’m excited to oversee and expand upon the resort’s renowned dining offerings and support the exceptional hospitality and amenities that The Broadmoor is widely recognized for,” he added. “The future of the food and beverage program at The Broadmoor will continue to highlight and emphasize locally sourced ingredients while featuring surprising, flavorful menus offering guests an extraordinary culinary escape.”
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