Seth Brammer is a hospitality culture builder — dedicated to cultivating and growing the best hospitality teams in the world.
Seth started his career as a classically trained chef with an academic background in food science and nutrition. Since then he’s become something of a beverage enthusiast, started a natural wine bar pop-up called Skin Contact (skincontact.com), and a farm-to-table pop-up series called Vetiver — transforming intriguing locations, such as acclaimed Lakewood neighborhood restaurant Mot Hai Ba, into interactive dining experiences. (vetiverdallas.com).
In his spare time Seth hosts educational events for the industry, with workshops focused on improving access to relevant and modern continuing education for hospitality professionals. In the spring of 2019 Seth started the Farmtender series of events, the first organized farm tour for bartenders, aimed at localizing our cocktail culture.
In 2019 he accepted a position as adjunct faculty at El Centro’s Hospitality college, teaching the Beverage Management course and working to redevelop and modernize the curriculum.
Seth’s work has been featured in The Dallas Morning News, D Magazine, The Dallas Observer, Modern Luxury Dallas, and Vogue Magazine. In 2016, he was recognized as one of Zagat’s top 30–under–30 influential restaurant professionals in Dallas, TX.
Got a big idea? E-mail Seth.