Chatham Bars Inn Executive Chef Visits Enderun to Recruit Students
Chef Anthony Cole, Executive Chef of the Chatham Bars Inn in historic Massachusetts, USA visits Enderun Colleges today for a evaluative cooking activity to see which lucky students will be given a chance to intern in the prestigious property.
Chatham Bars Inn was originally developed in 1914, as a semi-private hunting lodge for wealthy Boston vacationers.
It quickly earned a reputation as Cape Cod’s most elegant, self-contained tourist destination. Later, the Inn’s appeal was expanded with the addition of an adjacent 9-hole golf course.
Under its present owner, only the third in the past century, Chatham Bars Inn has undergone a $100 million renovation that has left nothing untouched. All rooms in the Main Inn were completely renovated, as were its restaurants and public rooms. The cottages were completely redesigned and reconstructed from scratch. Old world charm was retained but updated with every modern convenience and amenity.
Since then, the Inn has won numerous awards including the prestigious Forbes Four-Star award. It has become a member of The Leading Hotels of the World, and has been named one of the top resorts in the world by Travel & Leisure Magazine, and the best hotel on Cape Cod by Boston Magazine.
This is the third year that Chef Cole has visited Enderun to recruit students for internship. In an interview held earlier today, Chef Cole said that coming to the Philippines, particularly Enderun has been a great experience. “Filipino culture has a great affinity for food and cooking, so there is a lot of passion” he said.
Chatham Bars Inn is one of Enderun’s over 250 industry partners from 24 countries around the globe, which regularly provide internship and career opportunities.