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The Broadmoor names a new VP of food & beverage

John Johnstone is a Certified Master Chef


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The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs has named John Johnstone as Vice President of Food & Beverage. He will oversee not the resort as we as overall food and beverage operations at The Broadmoor Wilderness properties of The Ranch at Emerald Valley, Cloud Camp, The Broadmoor Fishing Camp and Seven Falls.

Most recently, Johnstone served as Director of Club Operations at the Augusta National Golf Club, home of the Masters. He also served in pre-opening varying leadership capacities with Ritz-Carltons in Washington D.C., Boston, Sarasota, Greensboro, Georgia, and Los Angeles. Internationally, the list includes Bali, Milan, Dubai, Thailand, as well as multiple properties in China.  

Born and raised in Scotland, Johnstone received his degree from Clydebank College in Glasgow. He underwent his traditional apprenticeship working under several European 3-star Michelin chefs including Marco Pierre White and John Burton Race. Chef Johnstone was awarded his Certified Master Chef (C.M.C.) distinction from the American Culinary Federation in 2003; he served as Team Captain for the United Kingdom Epicurean World Master Chef’s Society, as well as Team Captain for the American Culinary Federation’s Team Long Island. From 2006 to 2009, Johnstone also served as Culinary Advisor for the USA Olympic Team.  

About The Broadmoor:

The Broadmoor is the longest consecutive winner of the Forbes Five-Star and AAA Five-Diamond awards for excellence. Situated at the gateway to the Colorado Rocky Mountains in Colorado Springs, the resort and Wilderness properties combined encompass 5,000 acres. The resort campus has 779 rooms and suites and includes three championship golf courses, a Forbes Five-Star spa and fitness center, nationally recognized tennis staff and program, 26 retail boutiques and 10 restaurants, including Colorado’s only Forbes Five-Star, AAA Five - Diamond restaurant Penrose Room, and 10 cafes and lounges.

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