Park 600, a restaurant in the Royal Park Hotel in Rochester, has appointed Boris Jovanoski executive chef.
Jovanoski started working in the restaurant industry at 14 in his uncle’s steakhouse, managing a local steakhouse and brewery by age 18. He completed the culinary arts program at Macomb Community College and trained under five master chefs through additional programming at Schoolcraft College.
He had recently been appointed chef de cuisine at Park 600 and has helped add new flavors and locally crafted options to the menu.
“I am excited to take Park 600 to the next level,” says Jovanoski. “I plan to introduce a variety of menus composed of bold, bright flavors that take guests on a globally-inspired journey while emphasizing our commitment to working with seasonal, local ingredients.
“I look forward to becoming more of a destination for those craving a world-class dining experience wrapped up with the cool vibe of downtown Rochester. Dishes will include a mix of savory bites and light textures to ensure diners are exposed to a myriad of options that satisfy every palate.”
Jovanoski is a Michigan native and began working at Park 600 in 2006. The restaurant’s fall winter menu recently launched with a collection of seasonal options. The restaurant also introduced a revamped brunch experience for this month offering new flavors, live music, and bloody mary and mimosa stations.