JAMIE CLEMENTS

Born in Oregon, Jamie’s family moved to Alaska when she was a teen. Working in a little mom and pop family-style diner was Jamie’s introduction to the restaurant life. As the restaurant’s server-admin girl for over ten years, Jamie got a real taste of the business aspect of restaurants. This is also where Jamie and her husband met.
Accompanying her husband to Las Vegas while he attended culinary school, Jamie was a server on the strip for over a year. After, Jamie worked as a private contractor for the U.S. Government for over 4 years until an opportunity presented itself that she and her lifelong Chef husband couldn’t resist. In a two-week time span, the couple signed a lease on a recently vacated building and opened the doors to a café and steak house. It was a fun adventure as business owner, host, accountant, server and sometimes prep person. There, Jamie came to realize that she had a lot more inner strength than she ever dreamed possible.
Accompanying her husband to Las Vegas while he attended culinary school, Jamie was a server on the strip for over a year. After, Jamie worked as a private contractor for the U.S. Government for over 4 years until an opportunity presented itself that she and her husband couldn’t resist. In a two-week time span, the couple signed a lease on a recently vacated building and opened the doors to a café and steak house. It was a fun adventure as business owner, host, accountant, server and sometimes prep person. There, Jamie came to realize that she had a lot more inner strength than she ever dreamed possible.
After five pressure-filled years of living and working in that intense environment, and with a very young son, the couple decided to uproot and move to San Antonio, Texas, to be closer to other family members. From there, the Emerald Coast beach life called to Jamie and her family.
Jamie prides herself in taking inspiration from her obstacles to help others grow. When she isn’t at the restaurant, you’ll find her having family focused time.