David Stockman, Senior Vice President of Operations for Lawry’s Restaurants, Inc., recently represented the National Restaurant Association on a team of three judges during a competition designed to evaluate and inspire U.S. Air Force Food Service facilities.
Food service has changed dramatically
The five-week awards program, in its 55 years of sponsorship by the Hennessy Travelers Association, took Mr. Stockman to Air Force bases in Japan, England, and America.
An Army veteran himself, Mr. Stockman noted that “Food service has changed dramatically from the day when we had one mess hall and you ate what they served from a metal tray.”
Marveling at the scope and efficiency of operations on the eight bases he visited during his prestigious assignment, he was “really impressed with the quality of young people we have in our military today.”
Welcome home, David — and thank you to the brave men and women stationed home and abroad for your service to our nation.
Last winter, one-year-old Eli LoMonaco represented the fifth generation of a family with the tradition of celebrating all their birthdays at Lawry’s in Beverly Hills.
Even without his baby teeth, he still enjoyed mashed potatoes, York-shire pudding and the tiniest piece of Prime Rib.
We’re sure Eli will agree with his Uncle John who called Lawry’s The Prime Rib “the best restaurant in the world!”… As soon as he can talk, that is.
Lawry's The Prime Rib — Beverly Hills
100 N La Cienega Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90211