Connecting Club and Resort Chefs
The annual Chef to Chef Conference, presented by Club + Resort Chef, offers an abundance of knowledge on cooking, management concepts and operating practices. Club and resort chefs come to Chef to Chef to learn, network and be inspired. They leave with practical, club-specific ideas they can’t get anywhere else.
In twelve years, the Chef to Chef Conference has grown from 55 attendees in Las Vegas to more than 400 in New Orleans. We’ve crossed the country, taking the event to some of the most exciting food cities in America, including New Orleans, San Francisco and Atlanta.
Registration Now Open
The Conference’s three days of educational sessions features a full lineup of heavy-hitter club chefs, including several Certified Master Chefs, who will present on topics tailored to their skills and experiences. Below are some of the 2022 Chef to Chef Conference presenters.
Dir. of Culinary Operations | Myers Park Country Club
Contributing Chef Editor | Club + Resort
Executive Pastry Chef | Chevy Chase Club
Director of Operations | Patchwork Productions—Audrey, Joyland, and The Continental
Executive Chef | Detroit Athletic Club
Restaurateur and Pitmaster | Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint
Executive Chef | Farmington Country Club
General Manager/COO | Union Club of Cleveland
Club + Resort Staff
Editor | Club + Resort Business
Editor | Club + Resort Chef
Vice President - Group Publisher | Club + Resort Business, Club + Resort Chef
Events Manager | WTWH Media
Take a trip to Music City. Join us in Nashville, TN
March 20-22, 2022
- Stay at the all new Grand Hyatt Nashville hotel
- Take part in a special “Night on Broadway” event
- Explore chef-driven restaurants and a flavorful variety of dishes
- Earn up to 19.5 continuing education hours
Sponsorship of the Chef to Chef Conference brings attendees who are eager to find out about your business directly to you. During the three-day Conference, you will gain respect, credibility and a host of new customers by displaying your products and marketing materials and talking with them about how you can help them improve their operations.