David’s whole kitchen was flooded.
After a heavy rain in Port Costa, the creek filled up and started flowing right through the kitchen of his Bull Valley Road House.
Worse, it happened right in the middle of his Christmas party.
So they went from drinks and celebrating to buckets and bailing water.
It was a (potential) nightmare scenario…
But it turned out to be one of the best things that happened to them.
The whole town pitched in and they were back to serving customers within days!
“One day I’m wading in water because the whole place is flooded, and the next day I’m cooking in the kitchen.”
The love and care showed by the community to help them get back to business is a reflection of the love and care he puts into the food as Head Chef of Bull Valley Road House.
Its why his restaurant has been voted one of the Top 100 in the Bay area for 5 years.
If you haven’t been to Bull Valley, you’re missing one of the most unique and amazing dining experiences you can get in the Bay.
That same love and care is what David brings to his movement practice every day to Hale (along with two giant dogs named Bourbon and Bacon), and his progress over the last few years is why we wanted to interview him for the Living Better Podcast.
Check it out.
In this episode you will learn:
* How a kitchen/restaurant is a lot like a gym
* How David got started at Hale and why the “horror” stories made him more interested in trying it.
* Why fitness is more important for mental health than physical
* What David’s real world fitness goal was when he started.
David and I laughed and joked throughout this talk, you’re gonna love this one.