Richard M. Enos (Rick) is an acknowledged, award-winning restaurateur, as devoted to the hospitality industry as he is to his family and to communities in which his restaurants operate. A native Californian born in Sacramento, he graduated from the University of Santa Clara. He worked for the legendary Victoria Station chain as a manager, director of training, and director of operations. He subsequently was in the wine industry and with The Cantina in Mill Valley before starting Compadres in the 1980's.
Growing the concept to California and Hawaii, Rick is chairman emeritus of the San Francisco Giants Foundation, a member of the Guardsman, and an award winner in the small business category from the National Society of Fundraising Executives Hawaii Chapter. He and wife Nancy are the proud parents of three children Jeff, Scott and Lauren; all of whom are partners in Compadres. They are also proud grandparents of granddaughter Emma.