She will be coordinating the food offerings with Chef Widad in 2020
Julie has been working with the Lodge part time in the kitchen since early July to help fill the gaps when the busy season hit, namely with activities during events.
With Julie’s experience running the Denali restaurant operations since it’s opening in 2015, and her 19 years of experience at the Harbor Haus in Copper Harbor, she brings with her knowledge that will be valuable in implementing the vision of a rustic food and beverage experience for guests at the Lodge.
Being responsible for all of the food and beverage operations, Julie will be working closely with Chef Widad and the kitchen crew, the guest chefs, the bartenders, the servers, the greeters, and the events crew (for catering) to make sure that the Lodge’s food and beverage operations are strong and inline with the Lodge’s values — fun.joyous.adventuresome.
Julie will be a strong member of the team in achieving the Lodge’s vision. [ View Julie’s Bio ]
[ Print Version (PDF): PR 20191202 – Julie Blackstone hired as the Food and Beverage Lead at the KML ]
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About: The Keweenaw Mountain Lodge is a historic wilderness resort at the top of the Keweenaw, focused on outdoor activities, rustic worldly food, and education. The year-round resort consists of log cabins, a lodge, dining services, access to mountain biking, running, and hiking trails, and a 9-hole golf course. The resort has been a fixture in the Keweenaw since breaking ground on the project in 1934 as part of a WPA program, providing guests with the opportunity to enjoy a fun, joyous, and adventuresome experience among the pristine natural beauty of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Guests can play a round of golf, ride the mountain biking trails, hike through the woods, and take a leisurely stroll to/from the cabins and the Lodge. At the end of the day, one can relax in the Lodge by enjoying quality food and drink.
Web Site: https://keweenawmountainlodge.com