The guiding inspiration for our team at Pat Quinn’s Restaurant & Bar is “Hospitality”. Our mission is to deliver a warm, graceful, hospitable experience with passion, creativity and innovation.
Tsawwassen Springs is excited to have General Manager, Sue Carlile join the team. Sue is an accomplished food and beverage professional, with a business based perspective, and over 30 years in providing leadership in all aspects of restaurant, hotel and private club management, in both Vancouver and Texas. Previous experience includes: Director of Food and Beverage at the University Women’s Club of Vancouver at Hycroft, General Manager at Sequoia Company of Restaurants, The Teahouse Restaurant and Seasons in the Park Restaurant, for 17 years. A dynamic, innovative problem solver with excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and an unstoppable work ethic. A highly motivated achiever and team builder who nurtures talent, sets and accomplishes goals, thrives on challenge and change, and has demonstrated the aptitude and passion to work successfully in a team based, results orientated, and customer-centred environment. Loves sports and the outdoors!
Executive Chef at Tsawwassen Springs
With over a decade of experience under his belt, Christopher Tse is honoured to be sharing his culinary skills as the Executive Chef at Pat Quinn's Restaurant and Bar. After graduating from Dubrulle Culinary Institute back in 2006, Chris began expanding his flavour profile through working in diverse environments that included chain restaurants and hotels. His peers and colleagues acknowledges his talents and with their support and inspiration, Chris combines his passion and creativity which has encouraged him to continue climbing upwards in his career ladder. His versatility is further highlighted in his roles such as the Chef de Partie in renowned restaurants like the prestigious Michelin two-star restaurant, Amber at the Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong. Upon his return to Vancouver, he assumed the position of the Executive Sous Chef at the breathtaking Seasons in the Park. Having established his foundation for succulent creations, Chris cordially invites you to embark on an impeccably delectable culinary adventure that will surely tantalize your appetite through all your senses.
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Executive Sous Chef
Executive Sous Chef at Tsawwassen Springs
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Joel has worked his way up from bartender to Restaurant Manager within a short time at Pat Quinn's Restaurant and Bar. Bringing over a decade of experience in the restaurant and bar industry, specializing in golf course and banquet functions. Joel is skilled at handling the daily needs and concerns of Tsawwassen Springs guests and staff. With his energetic and outgoing personality Joel is a natural at connecting with guests to ensure their expectations are exceeded. No detail is too small and no request too minor to ensure the standards of the food and service are beyond met. Joel has had the pleasure of overseeing operations at some of the Lower Mainland’s established facilities including Hastings Racecourse and Casino, City of Burnaby, Eagle Creek Bar and Grill in Burnaby, and is excited to learn more from the experience he is surrounded by at Tsawwassen Springs.
Restaurant Manager at Tsawwassen Springs
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Marketing & Business Development Coordinator
Jill joined the team at Tsawwassen Springs in 2015 as the Assistant Director of Sales & Marketing, she worked in the Real Estate Sales Centre and helped them achieve a remarkable amount of sales. In June of 2018, Jill moved to the clubhouse where she now focuses on Marketing and Business Development. Jill has been in the hospitality industry for 20 years and holds her Hospitality Management Diploma. A high energy, creative personality, with a strong ability to execute independence of action and judgment. A strong team player with ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships at all levels of the organization. Jill is excited to help Tsawwassen Springs and Pat Quinn's Restaurant & Bar grow into a local landmark.