July 22, 2011
Michael Potters takes over Hockley's kitchens Nov. 1.
Acclaimed chef Michael Potters will become chef de cuisine at Hockley Valley Resort, in Orangeville, Ont., on Nov. 1.
Potters will lead the culinary team of a new high-end restaurant at the resort, as part of an ongoing series of changes to the hotel, golf and ski destination located one hour from Toronto.
The new and yet-to-be-named restaurant, being built specially for Potters’ arrival, joins three new restaurants – Babbo, Tavola and Restaurant Eighty Five – recently added to the resort as part of its recent $5-million transformation.
For over two decades, Michael Potters has been linked with some of Toronto’s finest restaurants.
In 2003, he moved to Ontario’s Prince Edward County and opened the Milford Bistro, followed by Harvest restaurant, in Picton. Most recently, Potters worked at Angéline’s Restaurant and Inn, in Bloomfield, Ont.
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