Four Seasons Tenure
- Since 2023
- First Four Seasons Assignment: Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado Santa Fe
- Bishop’s Lodge; Four Seasons Hotel New Orleans; Moorings Park at Grey Oaks; Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado Santa Fe
- Associate Degree in Culinary Arts, Colorado Mountain College; Pastry Certificate, The French Pastry School
- Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA
Andrew Fox is a seasoned hospitality professional with more than two decades of experience leading the culinary operations at luxurious resorts and hotels, upscale restaurants and cruise ships across the United States.
Originally from Michigan, Fox has always been drawn to connecting his cuisine to the surrounding environment, from selecting native produce and protein to building relationships with local farmers. Fox first began his culinary journey in 1992 after moving to Colorado and beginning his career at Keystone Resort. What he thought would be only one winter turned into nearly eight years with him completing his education at Colorado Mountain College and his apprenticeship at Keystone Resort.
After a brief return to Michigan followed by returning to Colorado as the pastry chef at Park Hyatt Beaver Creek, Fox landed in Chicago where he would spend three years in various roles at Bistro 110 and Swissotel Chicago. In 2007, he once again returned to Colorado to serve as the executive pastry chef at St. Regis Resort Aspen. Through the years, Fox would hone his skills by serving in various executive sous chef and executive chef positions at properties and restaurants in Colorado, California and Wyoming before planting his first flag with Four Seasons at Four Seasons Resort Santa Fe in 2017. Over the next three years, Chef Fox served as executive sous chef at Four Seasons Resort Santa Fe overseeing the culinary operations of Terra, Terra Bar, room service and banquets along with assisting the executive chef with the creation of outlet menus, seasonal menus and dining experience culinary programs.
Following a short hiatus at Moorings Park at Grey Oaks in Naples, Fox would return to the Four Seasons brand as a sous chef of Miss River Restaurant, the signature restaurant at Four Seasons Hotel New Orleans, alongside celebrity Chef Alon Shaya. By 2022, Fox missed the mountainous beauty, seasonal changes and access to local game and produce that Santa Fe provided and would return to The City Different as the executive sous chef of Bishop’s Lodge. In 2023, he welcomed the opportunity to return to his original Santa Fe roots as the executive chef at Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado.
In this role, Fox is working alongside his team to utilize his relationships with local vendors to introduce new ingredients to Terra’s menu that give guests a true taste of Santa Fe’s flavours. On his off days, he enjoys hiking, skiing, traveling and spending time with his wife and dog.