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Cincinnatian Hotel welcomes new executive chef

Matthew Beaudin (Source: Cincinnatian Hotel) Matthew Beaudin (Source: Cincinnatian Hotel)

The Cincinnatian Hotel and Palace Restaurant are welcoming a new executive chef.

Chef Matthew Beaudin is a 2005 graduate of the Culinary Institute of America. Since then, he has worked around the world in such places as Hong Kong, China, the Caribbean and recently in the Central African Village of Musanze in Northern Rwanda.

He honed his expertise and technique at such prestigious properties as the Mt. Washington Hotel in Bretton Woods, NH, The Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs, CO, The Ritz Carlton in Sarasota, FL and Lauberge du lac in Lake Charles, LA and most recently, as Executive Chef at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in Washington D.C.

Beaudin has also participated in such prestigious events as the Certified Master Chef exams administered in Hyde Park, NY by the American Culinary Federation and has had the pleasure to volunteer his time alongside such great chefs as Emeril Lagassi at the James Beard Holiday Auction at the Essex House.

"Chef Matthew is an outstanding culinarian, teacher and humanitarian and I am very much looking forward to his contributions to the hotel and the City of Cincinnati." said Martin Pittman, Managing Director of The Cincinnatian Hotel.

Chef Matthew is preparing new menus to be introduced in the coming weeks for every aspect of The Cincinnatian Hotel, from the fine dining Palace to the causal yet elegant Cricket Lounge and the Cincinnatian's legendary Private Dining & Meeting venues.

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