News for the Hospitality Executive
|Denver, CO (Nov. 2, 2009) - Sage Restaurant Group
is pleased to announce that Dave Hoemann has been named Corporate Vice
President of Food & Beverage Operations.
“It’s an honor to have Dave Hoemann join SRG’s leadership team,” said Peter Karpinski, Chief Operating Officer of Sage Restaurant Group. “His proven strategic execution skills and ability to lead will drive value for SRG. “
A subsidiary of Denver-based Sage Hospitality, Sage Restaurant Group (SRG) creates experiences where food, drink and inspired design meet and mix. Its eight award-winning independent restaurants are all adjacent to hotels and deliver exceptional catering and in-room dining experiences.
SRG currently operates The Corner Office and Second Home Kitchen + Bar in Denver, CO, Temple Downtown in Providence, RI, the acclaimed Mercat a la Planxa in Chicago, IL, Braddock’s in Pittsburgh, PA and Urban Farmer, the Original and Departure in Portland, OR.
A graduate of the University of Denver, Mr. Hoemann has dedicated his 25-year career to food and beverage industries. Since early 2007, Mr. Hoemann served as Vice President of Food and Beverage at Joie de Vivre Hotels, Restaurants and Spas in San Francisco.
Mr. Hoemann has previously held numerous other leadership roles, including Director of Consulting and Advisory Services for Levy Restaurants, where he oversaw all of its new concept development, branding, design and construction. He also previously served as Senior Vice President of Retail Brands, Marketing & Creative Services for Compass Group; Senior Vice President of Restaurant Development for Happy Valley Corporation/Flat Top Grill; Vice President of Operations for Mark Miller’s Coyote Cafes and Food and Beverage Director for Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises.
About Sage Hospitality
Founded in 1984, Sage Hospitality has strategically grown into one of the largest privately held hotel management and development companies in the nation and is recognized as a leading innovator in the field. During the past eight years, the Denver-based firm has completed more than $600 million in acquisition and development projects, using some of the most unique financing structures in the industry. Sage Hospitality's comprehensive management portfolio includes major international brands as well as independent boutiques and hotels, including the Oxford Hotel in Denver.
In 1997, Sage Hospitality pioneered the company's urban redevelopment initiative converting the blighted Joslin's department store in downtown Denver into a showplace Courtyard by Marriott. Since then, Sage Hospitality has preserved and transformed five additional, underused national landmark buildings into award-winning hotel properties that serve as important catalysts for downtown revitalization. Projects include the historic Blackstone hotel in Chicago and the upcoming Portland hotel The Nines in the historic Meyers and Frank building. For more information, please visit www.sagehospitality.com
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