Brian Bonar has reached the age when most successful business people make exciting plans for retirement. These retirees leave the stress and cares of operating one or more businesses to others and enjoy the retired life on a beach or a mountain living stress-free and without worries.
Brian Bonar, on the other hand, shows no signs of letting up. This serial entrepreneur from across the Atlantic recently opened a new restaurant in Escondido next door to San Diego. The name of the restaurant is Bellamy’s. And with a little luck, he landed an experienced wait staff and a highly regarded French chef, Patrick Ponsaty for Bellamy’s.
According to Bloomberg, Brian Bonar wanted to get the restaurant set up on its feet and running when it opened. There were shortcomings to be sure. The signage was temporary, and the decor did not go along with the quality of the food. But the overall product was delicious food well served.
Bonar will not stop with this achievement; he already has plans for the conversion of a nearby ranch that will become a restaurant with a difference. Bonar can see the potential not only of fine food and dining but the need for before and after dinner drinks, an extensive wine list, a cigar bar and even a facility for entertainment.
Bonar earned his Ph.D. at Staffordshire University located in England at Stoke-on-Trent. His zest for life must have been acquired there as well as he enjoys not only businesses but the best cuisine the world has to offer.
Bonar has established himself in the San Diego area and has many plans in addition to his super restaurant.
His previous business successes make him a man whose knowledge and business acumen could become a valuable commodity to any struggling entrepreneur just starting out in the world of business. As a mentor or associate Bonar would be invaluable.