It is with great pleasure that we announce the appointment of Chef David Patterson to Executive Sous Chef of Restaurants at The BROADMOOR.
Chef Patterson joins the Hotel from the Adour Restaurant at The St. Regis, NYC an Alain Ducasse restaurant. During his 5 years with Mr. Ducasse, David has spent time in his celebrated kitchens in Paris and Monaco, including Plaza Athenée, Benoit Bistro and Louis XV at Hotel de Paris. Mr. Ducasse invited David to assist at Benoit Bistro in New York City and eventually to join in the menu re-launch of Adour at The St. Regis NYC.
Prior to his tenure with Ducasse, Chef Patterson has worked with Chef Bertrand Bouquin at the Maisonette, in Cincinnati, Ohio - Forbes Travel Guide’s most celebrated restaurant, earning 42 consecutive 5 Star awards during its rein as the Executive Sous Chef. From there, he joined Passport Resorts at Hotel Hana, Maui as Executive Chef.
In the winter of 2007, he took a step back from the range at Hotel Hana, Maui and pursued a lifelong dream to travel around the world. Spending time in Asia, Southeast Asia, India and the Middle East, he immersed himself in the flavors of the eastern world.
“I am very excited to work with David again,” says Bertrand, “I have no doubt that he will do an outstanding job in his new role at The Broadmoor.”
About The Broadmoor
The BROADMOOR is the longest consecutive winner of the Forbes Five Star and AAA Five Diamond awards for service excellence. Opened in 1918, The BROADMOOR is a member of Preferred Hotels & Resorts and Historic Hotels of America. Situated on 3,000 acres at the gateway to the Colorado Rocky Mountains, the resort has 185,000 sq ft of flexible meeting space, 744 rooms and suites, three championship golf courses, a Forbes Five Star Spa and Colorado’s only Five Star, Five Diamond restaurant Penrose Room.