Scottish entrepreneur Brian Bonar decided to build a restaurant in the small empire of North County. For a start, he began small with the bistro, which is Bellamy’s current home. It has been a while and there a lot of progressive work to say about this bistro. At Bellamy, you are not welcomed by mermaid-hostess on the streets asking you for dinner. Bartenders here sport moustaches and suspenders; it is only because they have done this for decades. For this place, it is the classic cars that bring people together.
Bored teenagers flock the mall food courts with a cranky look and tons of jewelry with them, it seems like every part of the city till you meet the small difference. There is a grandfatherly police at the view of such suspicion. Well, leave the noisy teenagers, her Majesty the Queen recently made a grand entrance to this restaurant too.
At one Tuesday evening, within the company of Princess Royal, she made an entry to the executive eatery. She would tell you that many factors make the choice of a place for a dinner; venue, the ambience, the food, the wine list and perhaps the décor and lighting.
For people that want to see and be seen, then charm your way into Brian Bonar’s restaurant. You will get past the doorman and find yourself in Berkeley’s ladies, be sure to drive into shoals of them. This was the restaurant too where the queen was headed to celebrate the 90th birthday with one of her oldest friends. The former lady-in-waiting Lady Penn celebrated her birthdays here. The distinction with this restaurant is in its high society and aristocracy that brings the highest form of difference.
About Brian Bonar
Brian Bonar is simply a lover of design who pays close attention to his approach to principle. He has in the past brought his collective expertise and design to build an executive eatery location. He is an expert in land use approvals, building design, procurement, contract administration guide and development.
These skills have given him the ability to bring stakeholders together for a greater good. The Bellamy’s is one such public display of his good work. It is quite a restaurant, so good that it is literally fit for the queen.
According to Dalrada, throughout his career, Brian Bonar has always developed himself as a leader and someone of good reputation. He is inspired to achieve his goals and lives to the aspirations of his team members, his clients and all the extended partners in his projects.
Brian has a diverse blend of skills and experience. His portfolio features an array of disciples that includes retail, aviation, family housing and more so creative projects. He has beautifully blended his skills to build great teams, great projects, and a great client relationship.