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Tale of the Tape: Center for Culinary Enterprises

The Dorrance H. Hamilton Center for Culinary Enterprises, the new food incubator from the Enterprise Center, was ceremonially opened just last week at 48th and Spruce Streets. As Philly.com and HiddenCity are reporting, the large property will be home to multiple commercial kitchens for food entrepreneurs and small business to use in order to launch or accelerate their businesses. State of the art equipment and high tech facilities mean Philly has a breeding ground for its next generation of food industry leaders. Read more »

Tomorrow: Ribbon Cutting at the Center for Culinary Enterprises

Tomorrow, September 14th, the ribbon cutting ceremony for the Dorrance H. Hamilton Center for Culinary Enterprises will happen at 11 a.m. at 310 S. 48th Street. Mayor Michael Nutter, Councilwoman Jannie Blackwell, and Enterprise Center president Della Clark will all be speaking at the opening of the largest food business incubator in the city.

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Quick Bites: Culinary Incubator, Arepas from a Truck, the End of MidAtlantic

The Center for Culinary Enterprises is under construction in West Philadelphia. When it opens in July the space at 48th and Spruce will include licensed commercial kitchens for culinary entrepreneurs, a multimedia learning center and three retail spaces. One of those spaces will be Louie’s BBQ, a  full service restaurant with a youth training program. [Naked Philly]

Midtown Lunch stumbles upon the recently opened Delicias food truck in University City. The Venezuelan run truck features arepas and empanadas. [Midtown Lunch]

Maui’s Dog House has opened in the Bellevue food court. The original Maui’s is located in Wildwood, New Jersey. [Meal Ticket]

Daniel Stern’s MidAtlantic is closing on February 24th. The restaurant opened in October, 2009. The landlord is already showing the space to other potential operators. [The Insider]

A landlord dispute has Artisan Boulanger moving off of Passyunk Avenue. On the good side, the new location at 1218 Mifflin Street will be much bigger. [Meal Ticket]

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