From the OC Register
Philippe Tosques, who worked at the Prime Steakhouse in Las Vegas for about three years, is set to begin his job as general manager at the Disneyland Resort restaurant on March 1, Disney announced Wednesday on Twitter. The award-winning Napa Rose sits inside the Grand Californian Hotel.
Betsy Sanchez, a Disneyland Resort spokeswoman, said Tosques was unavailable for an interview Wednesday. Disney did not release further information about Tosques. The Prime Steakhouse could not be reached.
Tosques previously worked as a consultant and manager at other Las Vegas restaurants, as well as the Hotel Sofitel in Los Angeles and Chicago, according to his LinkedIn account. Tosques won restaurant awards in both Las Vegas and Chicago.
The previous Napa Rose general manager, Michael Jordan, left his job at Disney in September. He now is the president of The Beachcomber restaurants in Crystal Cove and Malibu.