Mitchell Dettloff Restaurants Unlimited Inc.

Since the 1960s, Restaurants Unlimited, Inc. has led the way in setting trends for the restaurant industry. Beginning with a concessions operation in 1961, when the 28-year-old founder, Richard Komen, sold hot dogs, peanuts, and soft drinks to patrons of a football stadium at the University of Washington, Restaurants Unlimited, Inc. now operates more than 20 full-service dining establishments and almost 300 Cinnabon stores.




Today, Restaurants Unlimited, Inc. owns several well-known establishments, including Palomino Restaurant & Bar in San Francisco, California, and Henry's 12th Street Tavern American Bar & Grill in Portland, Oregon, among others. Restaurants Unlimited, Inc. also owns the luxurious and extravagant Palisade, a 13,000-square-foot establishment in Seattle, Washington, that includes a saltwater pool, a wood-fired rotisserie, and a diverse menu offering upscale American classics such as prime rib and seafood.



Mitch Dettloff also lived in Honolulu during his time with Restaurants Unlimited, Inc. From 1991 to 2000, Mitch Dettloff served as Senior General Manager of multiple establishments, overseeing more than 1,000 employees and 25 managers. Mitch Dettloff claims numerous accomplishments while with Restaurants Unlimited, Inc. Over the course of his nine years with the company, Mitch Dettloff earned admission into the President's Club five years in a row and received numerous leadership and senior training and development awards. Most notably, Mitch Dettloff garnered the Rich Komen Hospitality Award, named after the founder and given to individuals who demonstrate excellence in the field of customer service and employee management.