Restaurant Consultancy Firm Adds Chef to Team

A plate at The Fort in Morison, Colorado, where Chef Woolley previously worked.
A plate at The Fort in Morison, Colorado, where Chef Woolley previously worked. The Fort

Food & Drink Resources (FDR), a restaurant and food and beverage consulting company, announced that Chef David Woolley has joined the FDR team. 

Chef Woolley will serve alongside co-founders Richard Keys and Scott Randolph and will be responsible for continuing business development with multi-unit restaurant brands, food and beverage manufactures, and boards and commissions. Chef Woolley brings more than 20 years of experience in the culinary world.

"Scott and I have known Chef Woolley since we were in culinary school together, and we are thrilled to bring him on board to help with the continued growth for FDR culinary services," says Richard Keys, co-founder of FDR. "Chef Woolley's experience and background will nicely round out our team and bring a fresh perspective to the work we do with current and prospective clients."

Chef Woolley has a robust and varied culinary history having worked in four- and five-star restaurants including iconic restaurant The Fort in Morrison, Colorado; co-owning a restaurant; serving as executive chef for Red Robin Gourmet Burgers, Inc.; and most recently, owning his own culinary consulting company, CD Culinary Approach.

Chef Woolley graduated with honors in 1993 from Walt Disney World's three-year culinary apprenticeship program in Orlando.

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