Hotel Vitale Names Stewart F&B Director
Wednesday March 27th, 2013 - 10:15AM Y
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SAN FRANCISCO—Hotel Vitale, a Joie de Vivre property, named Executive Chef Kory Stewart food and beverage director for the waterfront hotel.
In this dual role, Stewart is responsible for the overall success of Hotel Vitale’s food and beverage operations, including Americano, where Stewart has served as executive chef for several years, as well as in-room dining, beverage programs and event menus.
Stewart has served as Hotel Vitale’s executive chef since 2010. Since his arrival at the hotel in 2007, he held the additional posts of executive sous chef and sous chef.
At Americano, Stewart’s menu offers Italian flavors in a California context, with daily house-made pasta, fresh mozzarella and other Italian cheeses made in house. Stewart also creates bi-annual “wild foods” dinners that feature chef-foraged local foods, including seafood, wild mushrooms, wild flowers, vegetables and fruits.
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