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Employee Bio – Andrew Johnson

If you’re a regular at PPS Bridge Street there’s a good chance you’ve already met Food & Beverage Manager Andrew Johnson.  A veteran in the hospitality industry, Andrew completed the Hospitality & Tourism Management program at Camosun College and has been working in hotels & restaurants for over a decade.

One of Andrew’s many passions is wine – he developed our new Southern Italian wine list.  You may recognize the rising star from his YouTube debut – Wine Time.  So if you like food, wine or fishing – feel free to chat up Andrew next time you spot him.Food & Beverage Manager

 

Q. How long have you been with Prima Strada?
A. Going on 4 years

Q. Where can we usually find you – PPS Bridge or PPS Cook?
A. PPS Bridge

Q. Where is your hometown?
A. Duncan, BC

Q. What’s your favorite restaurant/food item in your home town?
A. I’m pretty impressed with the Hillary’s cheese/True grain bakery combo in Cowichan bay.

Q. What’s your favorite pizza?
A. Filetti with prosciutto

Q. What’s your ultimate comfort food?
A. My Nana’s raisin scones with butter. I could eat myself to death with those puppies.

Q. Current favorite wine/beer or drink?
A. St Hubertus Riesling or anything by Deschutes Brewery.

Q. What is the theme song to your life right now?
A. Joel Plaskett- Lightning Bolt

Q. If you could go to one place for a week all expenses paid, where would you go?
A. I would go fly fishing in Alaska.

Q. Best part of being with Prima Strada?
A. Getting a chance to learn, work hard and have fun while selling a product that I really believe in.

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