Enjoy a nigh out at Brian Bonar’s Bellamy’s

For a touch of old-fashioned elegance, fine French cuisine consumed against picturesque scenery, diners can’t go wrong with a visit to Bellamy’s. Located in Brandy Canyon in a charming adobe structure, Bellamy’s is the brain child of acclaimed chef Patrick Ponsaty and partner Brain Bonar. Learn more about Brian Bonar: http://people.equilar.com/bio/brian-bonar-trucept–inc./salary/470203 and http://www.modernluxury.com/riviera-san-diego/story/the-new-frontier

The soft-spoken Frenchman earned the sought after title of Meilleurs Ouvrier de France in 2012 and has a first class partner in Bonar. Brian Bonar who was named Cambridge’s who’s who executive of the year in finance during his tenure as CEO of Dalrado Financial Corporation. Mr Bonar also served as president of Allegiant Business service plus as CEO of Smart-Tek automated services.

With such fine business sense at his side, Chef Ponsaty’s long-term vision for their operation was born. Bellamy’s provides diners with world class cuisine with a distinctive French flair, all against the backdrop of breath taking scenery in the beautiful city of Escondido.

Visitors to Bellamy’s have a choice of mouth-watering dining options to choose from such as Melon Gazpacho with deep sea crab, Alaskan Salmon Belly Rillette, Slow Roasted veal cheeks plus many other fantastic seasonally changing featured dishes. Bellamy’s menu is approachable, yet impeccable for even the most discriminating epicurist taste.

About Brain Bonar:
Brian Bonar served as a procurement offer during his incumbency at IBM while also managing over 100 employees at QMS which allowed him to create his own company, Bezier Systems.

Mr Brian Bonar business experience combined with his technical knowledge as been as asset to Bellamy’s financial operations while continuing to allow him to apply his business skill to ensuring the success of all his business undertakings.

Click the links below to read more:
Board of Directors – Dalrada Financial
Brian Bonar – about.me

Fabletics Marie Claire

Fabletics co-founder Kate Hudson took time with the Marie Claire Magazine at http://www.marieclaire.com/fashion/news/a19566/kate-hudson-fabletics-interview/ to talk about her new line of performance wears suits. Kate Hudson collaborated with the founders of JustFab to form Fabletics. The institution specializes in supplying high-quality athletic wear at affordable prices. The fit is designed to fit your workout plan, function, and style. The high-performance wear and accessories are designed in sunny Los Angeles. Clients that make their first purchase from Fabletics get the chance to qualify for VIP membership program. VIP members get to enjoy free shipping on orders that exceed 49.95 U.S Dollars among other special treatments.

Fabletics accept all forms of payment from their clients including visa card and master card. The idea behind creating Fabletics was inspired by Kate’s desire to find a one wardrobe solution that could be used in both workout sessions and during playing soccer with her sons. Kate was driven by her desire to provide women with high-quality wear at affordable prices. Kate hopes for a future where Fabletics will ignite a movement that will help women to live a fit and attain their life goals. The business enterprise is driven by the concept of working as a community and helping each other along the way.

Kate has one of those bodies every woman would be dreaming to own. Kate wakes up at six in the morning to attend yoga sessions. People may wonder what makes Kate look great, happy and healthy. She says that she prefers having breakfast to avoid having to eat much for lunch and at night. She regularly wakes up to a cup of coffee and some green juice. Her morning workouts range from cycling and running to Pilates. She will then have a protein shake after her workouts. Hudson also says that she avoids much meat, dairy, and gluten.

Kate explains that Fabletics as high-performance wear is fit even for the office. Women who have dreamed of owning a dress with a bra built in have something to smile about. Dresses such as Tropez dress have a bra made in them. The bathing suits are properly designed to allow people to be as active as they can. Individuals performing yoga in these bathing suits will well protect without compromising their bodies’ sexiness and feminism. Kate says that there are no plans if making athleisure high fashion since it would compromise the lower prices. Making athleisure high fashion requires more finances which would force them to charge higher prices. Kate considers themselves lucky for being able to provide people high quality wears at affordable prices at http://wwd.com/fashion-news/fashion-scoops/fabletics-to-make-big-push-into-retail-10181356/