Acclaimed Chief David Slay Examines California’s Economy and How It’s Ready for a ‘Euphoric’ Bounce
LOS ANGELES, CA, USA, June 3, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – California’s stringent public health measures during the pandemic have protected its economy, paving the way for an even faster recovery in the state than across the country, UCLA economists reported.
Award-winning and acclaimed chef David Slay has a powerful business knowledge in this area. “Well, as a businessman we’ve been as low as we can get in 2020 and the first half of 2021,” Slay says. “I don’t think there is a place to go, but in all sectors. I think tourism, hospitality / catering and events will make up for lost time. We see it in our bookings.”
According to UCLA Anderson’s quarterly forecast, the Golden State’s powerful tech and white-collar sectors, along with a relatively rapid boom in housing construction, will boost its economy, offsetting a slower return to leisure jobs. and hospitality dependent on tourism.
In the country and in California, “we’re on the cusp of one of the best years of economic growth we’ve had since World War II,” said Leo Feler, senior economist at UCLA Anderson Forecast. “We envision a boom period for the US economy.”
Slay concludes, “In our vineyard, the ‘stay’ in our own state of California has increased dramatically. Businesses that struggled to gain recognition or win business (i.e. ranches or out-of-the-way beach towns) are now booming and we will all be feeling it soon. I believe that as long as we continue to keep our cities safe, clean and attractive to visitors, we will all benefit. “
Chef David Slay
Chef David Slay enjoys a well-deserved reputation as one of the most professional and hardworking chefs in the hospitality industry. In 2017, he capitalized on his success in the restaurant industry in winemaking and founded Slay Estate and Vineyard, which is located in the majestic Santa Barbara wine country and its prestigious Sta. Rita Hills AVA. He brings his meticulous attention to detail and a focus on personalized service from his work at Park Ave Dining and he garage r Ristorante in Orange County, Calif., To the art of running a vineyard, creating wine blends. breathtaking, responsible agriculture and organize unforgettable events.
Slay took over two years to prepare the estate and worked hand in hand with the vineyard managers and workers on every detail, which visitors can notice from the moment they arrive. In his restaurants, Slay is also likely to monitor the staff of sous chefs, bakers and pastry chefs whom he must be seen visiting customers at their tables to explain how he has prepared their meal. This same dedication is the basis of Slay Estate and Vineyard and relationships with the winemakers.
David’s journey to Slay Vineyard began at a very young age. Third-generation American restaurateur David began his training at the age of 11 in his father’s kitchen. He apprenticed with classically trained European chefs in Las Vegas at the age of 17 and at 20 he opened his first restaurant, a 26-seat French cafe without a liquor license, as he didn’t was not old enough to get one.
David apprenticed with two-star chef Gérard Vie at Les Tros Marches in Versailles and at the restaurant A. Beauvillier in Paris with famous chef Marc Angel. He went on to be the owner and chef of several popular gourmet restaurants in his hometown of St. Louis, Missouri, before taking on the competitive California restaurant scene, where he became the face and spirit. of David Slay’s La Veranda in Beverly Hills, the famous Californian / European-style bistro he founded in 1989. Under Slay’s management, La Veranda was recognized as one of the “Best Gold Medal Restaurants in the World. United States ”and Los Angeles Magazine included David Slay on a list of“ 300 Reasons Not to Pack Get Up and Leave LA ”. David went on to create and currently runs two successful restaurants: Park Ave Dining and Il Garage Restaurant in Orange County, California. Both restaurants are regularly ranked among Zagat’s top-rated restaurants, and he garage was recently named one of Southern California’s best Italian restaurants in the Orange County Register. On top of that, he just opened two new restaurants closer to his home in Manhattan Beach, CA: Slay Steak + Fish House and Slay Italian Kitchen.
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