Patrick Mulvaney is the head chef and owner of Mulvaney’s B&L, a highly acclaimed farm-to-table restaurant in Sacramento. With over 35 years of culinary experience, he has worked with some of Europe’s most esteemed chefs before establishing himself as a leader in Sacramento’s farm-to-fork movement.
In addition to his culinary expertise, Mulvaney is also well-versed in marketing, community engagement, business management, and entrepreneurship. He is a co-founder of the “Train the Trainer” program at American River College, which provides culinary students with the opportunity to create affordable, healthy, and delicious meals for high school students. He also serves on the Los Rios Community College District Foundation Board of Directors and the Sacramento Metro Chamber Board of Directors.
As a regional leader, Mulvaney has been involved with the Edible Sacramento Program at Sac High and the Plates Cafe, a workforce training program for St. John’s Program for Real Change. He has been a member of FoundationCCC’s Program Advisory Committee since 2016. Through his culinary expertise and community involvement, Mulvaney continues to make a significant impact on Sacramento’s culinary scene and beyond.