About Victor Hugo
Restaurateur, Victor Hugo, has a passion for service and understands the intricacies of the restaurant business. Victor spent over fifteen years between Santa Barbara and Los Angeles helping restaurant brands gain profitability and scale their businesses models. From overhauling beachside bistros to facilitating the early growth of The Cheesecake Factory, Victor built a solid reputation on dependability and fierce work ethic.
In 2008, Hugo moved his family to Dallas with the vision of opening his own restaurant one day. After managing Dallas’ premiere steakhouse, Al Biernat’s and serving as the General Manager at Alberto Lombardi’s Bistro 31 in Highland Park, Hugo got his opportunity. In 2014, Victor Hugo’s Oak Cliff became the realization of his dream.
2019 will prove to be another exciting year as Hugo partners up with Communion Neighborhood Cooperative, while also launching his second restaurant, coming soon. He looks forward to continued cultivation of his current client relationships, while serving and welcoming his new friends and neighbors.