Executive Chef Jonathan Perno
A native New Mexican, Jonathan trained at the California Culinary Academy and spent time at Postrio under Wolfgang Puck, Splendido and Alain Rondelli in San Francisco, Sweet Basil in Vail, Colorado, Splendido at The Château in Beaver Creek, Colorado, and Metropolitan in Salt Lake City, Utah. His résumé also includes the requisite European culinary tour, a return visit to work at La Tante Claire in London. In addition, he spent a year in Berkley, California at an organic farm learning raised bed farming.
Jonathan is the perfect fit for Los Poblanos. His first few months here found him doing everything from harvesting honey from our bees for his homemade chocolates to preparing a 6-course chef’s meal for an anniversary dinner for 75. He is a strong advocate of the Farm to Table philosophy and the Slow Food Movement. While he’s absolutely content to let the fresh ingredients take all the credit, Jonathan has already impressed the most critical of foodies with his own unique perspective on food.
Heather Guay, Pastry Chef
Heather started in our kitchen almost four years ago as an intern, which lead to a year long stint, after finishing school at the New England Culinary Institute. After working under Chef Jonathan Perno at Los Poblanos, she moved back to the Northeast. There she trained at Eleven Madison Park, a three star Michelin restaurant, as well as Sportello and Runner and Stone. We are thrilled to have Heather lead our pastry team and share what she has learned!