Weber's in Ann Arbor Names New Leadership


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Brian Weber has been named vice president of food and beverage and Michael Weber has taken over as vice president of hotel operations for Ann Arbor-based Weber's.

Brian Weber, left, recently returned to Michigan after four years with Hillstone Restaurant Group in California. Michael Weber, below, who previously served as vice president, food and beverage, is taking over the reigns of the hotel operations.

Hillstone Restaurant Group, a collection of privately owned, upscale-casual restaurants more commonly known for the Houston’s, Bandera and Gulfstream concepts. He began his training with the company in Miami and later served as Service Manager in Chicago, Kansas City, New Orleans, Houston and Irvine, California.

Brian attend a 10-week, intensive sommelier-training program at the International Culinary Center in San Jose, California. In addition to passing the Court of Master Sommeliers Guild Level II Certified Sommelier exam, he also spent time touring the vineyards in Napa that are on Weber’s wine list. 

Brian earned his bachelor’s in hospitality business from Michigan State University.

 

 

 

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