Back in January, we shared the news about the upcoming development of the Center for Culinary Enterprise (CCE), Philly’s first kitchen incubator, located at 310 South 48th St.
The originally envisioned July opening date has nearly passed. Recently, the folks at The Enterprise Center, the West Philly-based business-growth-catalyst geared towards assisting high-potential minority entrepreneurs that helped found the CCE, announced a September 14 grand opening date. Currently, framing inside is complete and the kitchens are being built.
When it opens, Desi Kitchen, an Indian/Pakistani restaurant, will occupy one of the retail spaces. Another will be occupied by Café Injera (from the former owners of Mohamed’s), a coffee shop featuring Halal products, domestic and Ethiopian blends as well as the staple Ethiopian bread, injera and more. This, according to director Delilah Winder.
In its simplest sense, Winder…