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Dan Molitor Named Manager At Sambalatte
Published on Thu, Jul 18, 2013 (5:14 p.m.)(Las Vegas, NV) Sambalatte Torrefazione today announced Dan Molitor as manager of the Las Vegas Boca Park location. Molitor’s duties will include day-to-day employee management and operations of the award winning coffee lounge and restaurant.
Molitor received his degree in hotel and restaurant management at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. His experience in the food and beverage industry ranges from international internships in the Netherlands to high volume restaurants and conference resort hotels, such as: Dolce International Resorts, Hyatt Hotels, Loews Hotels, Caesars Palace and MGM Grand. He has held positions from F&B; Manager to Banquet & Convention Set-up Manager and General Manager.
Molitor was part of the grand opening team at Sambalatte in 2010. He rejoined the brand in 2012 to assist creator and owner, Luiz Oliveira. Molitor has extensive knowledge of hospitality start-up requirements and financial essentials. The blend of more than 15 years in food and beverage management, strong leadership skills, and unique talent development strategies have made him an industry expert.
Founded in 2010 by Luiz Oliveira, Sambalatte is an upscale caffè and espresso lounge offering exclusive rich brews, delicious casual cuisine, and unique flavors served by highly trained baristas who create an ultimate experience. With an organic touch, comfortable atmosphere and extensive menu, Sambalatte offers an environment of complete sensory immersion and has been awarded and recognized as the perfect place in Las Vegas to “Sip, Savour and Socialize.” For more information, visit www.sambalatte.com
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