Oso Creek Golf Course welcomes award-winning Executive Chef
Thomas Ramirez, an award-winning chef who has been creating delectable farm-to-table fare at the City National Grove of Anaheim, has been named the new executive chef of the Oso Creek Golf Course.
Chef Ramirez begins his Mission Viejo culinary adventure on November 17 where he will reinvent the “grab and go” food at the Birdie Bar and create new breakfast, lunch and evening appetizer menus with delectable tastes that will be served at the Terrace at the Green.
This talented chef comes to Oso Creek Golf Course with an impressive culinary background sprinkled from coast to coast. His love of cooking began at an early age and blossomed to the kitchens of several venerable hotels including The Four Seasons Hotel Newport Beach and Surf and Sand Resort in Laguna Beach.
Chef Ramirez also spent time in the Big Apple leading kitchens for The Ritz Carlton NYC and The Plaza Hotel where he achieved one of the top 25 chefs in NYC directing the famous Oak Room and Oak Bar. During his East Coast tenure, he orchestrated the kitchen of the Ivy Restaurant in Greenwich, CT receiving a 3-star review from the New York Times.
In Mission Viejo, the chef’s new culinary creations will roll out in December. For more information, visit https://osocreekgolf.com.
This is so very exciting for all of Mission Viejo. Welcome Chef Ramirez.
I look forward to dining at Oso Creek Golf Course.
Welcome Chef Ramirez.
So excited for our beautiful city! Welcome, Chef! We look forward to enjoying your delicious creations!
When will the restaurant open for evening dinner???
Chef Ramirez will first reinvent the “grab and go” food at the Birdie Bar and create new breakfast, lunch and evening appetizer menus that will be served at the Terrace at the Green. In December, there will be some additional options added to the dinner menu. We will keep our website and social media channels updated with any changes and additions to the menu.
Wonderful news! Chef Ramirez is moving up from the Ritz, the Plaza, and the Ivy to Oso Creek at Mission Viejo. I can't wait to taste his culinary creations!