The San Diego Zoo and Sea World have been the major attractions in San Diego for years. The sleepy Southern California city is more like a Mexican resort than a California metropolis. San Diego is known for sun, surf and the hippies that still wander the streets of Old Town looking for a place to chill and be 1970s-ish cool. The southern neighbor of high-strung Los Angeles has never been known for fine dining.
There are more authentic Mexican restaurants in San Diego than any other food establishments. Los Angeles has always acted like the big brother that keeps a watchful eye on its sibling, but never gives it a chance to shine on its own. But Brain Bonar, the financial entrepreneur, and investor has made it his mission to change the San Diego dining scene and he is doing it in the quiet town of Escondido.
Escondido is not a high-profile restaurant haven. The thought of a French bistro opening in Escondido was more a dream than a reality before Brian Bonar decided to do just that. Bonar left his financial institutional roots behind, and he opened his checkbook and Bellamy’s an authentic French Bistro was born.
A French Bistro wouldn’t be very French without a Master French Chef, so Bonar enticed Patrick Ponsaty away from Rancho Bernardo, and a bistro was born in Escondido. The birth of Bellamy’s wasn’t that simple, however. The ambiance and the tone of the bistro had to fit into the Escondido personality, and that’s where Brain Bonar showed his true colors. Bellamy’s is an incredible mixture of Southern French charm blended with Southern California chic.
Brian Bonar knows a lot about Southern California and what makes people spend money. Bonar has been helping financial institutions stay profitable by offering them human resource and payroll services through his company Trucept Inc.
Trucept was created to cut operational costs so financial institutions could focus on making money. Brian Bonar has done an excellent job creating a niche for himself in the financial world (read more at http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/brian-bonar-receives-professional-networking-communitys-highest-honor-98913914.html), and he wants to expand his expertise by jumping into the restaurant business in a unique way.
Dalrada report confirms that Brian Bonar is a Scottish-born entrepreneur that has the will to continue to succeed and the knowledge to make that happen. His choice in a chef for Bellamy’s is a good example of how Bonar thinks. Mr. Bonar wants the best and Bellamy’s in nothing short of the best.
Bellamy’s is just the beginning for Brian Bonar according to Equilar. Bonar purchased a 144-acre piece of property in Bandy Canyon, and he plans to build a four-star event space with other restaurants and entertainment venues. If the rest of this new development is like Bellamy’s, San Diego will no longer be an afterthought for dining and entertainment.