Terence Tubridy is the Owner/Managing Partner of In Good Company Hospitality.
Growing up in the business at his father’s restaurant in Rockaway Beach, Terence learned the vast knowledge needed to be successful in the business; Most importantly, community participation and government activism. In 2002, while attending College of Mount Saint Vincent in the Bronx, Terence and his brother Dan, opened Metro 53. With the success of their first endeavor, In Good Company Hospitality has gone on to launch eight more concepts over the last 12 years; including Park Avenue Tavern, Refinery Rooftop, Trademark Taste + Grind, and Bungalow Bar to name a few.
Terence’s most recent accomplishments include: Bringing the world-famous cocktail bar “Employees Only” to Miami Beach at The Washington Park Hotel. Brokering the deal between Highgate Hotels and Witkoff Group, the property is sure to be successful. In the spring of 2016, IGC launched Trademark Taste & Grind with Le Soliel Hotels. In a joint venture with Executive Hotels and Resorts, IGC embarked on bringing the west coast company’s first hotel venture in NYC to fruition from ground up. In 2016, FelCor Lodging Trust asked IGC to launch and open their signature rooftop, “St. Cloud” at their luxurious 5 star hotel, The Knickerbocker. With continued success in hotel operations and partnerships, Terence is most proud of the work IGC did with the Refinery Hotel. Under his leadership, the Refinery Hotel was Named a TripAdvisor Traveler’s Choice Award Winner in its’ opening year, with a 94 percent approval rating – one of only three hotels to make the list.
Staying true to his family’s Broad Channel roots, Terence enjoys donating his time and resources to the greater NYC community, and is committed to sustaining and maintaining the culturally rich history of the New York City hospitality industry.