Posted by Jason Sheehan on March 6th, 2013
Last night, Jamie Wolf of Alma de Cuba and Carmen Cappello from the Moshulu faced off in our own tiny little Kitchen Stadium (otherwise known as the kitchen at COOK). They brought their sous chefs. They brought their knives and their ingredients. They thought they knew what was going to happen when we started the clock.
They had no idea.
Pictures and more, right this way
Related: Events, Food, Food Nerd News, Alma-De-Cuba, Carmen Cappello, Cook, Foobooz Open Stove, Jamie Wolf, Moshulu, Open Stove, Open Stove Night
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Posted by Amanda Shulman on November 5th, 2012
If you’re in the hospitality industry, get excited. If you’re not, get jealous. The first ever Industry Night at Moshulu will occur tonight from 8 pm., to 1 a.m.. While it was originally scheduled for Monday, October 29th, Hurricane Sandy, who wasn’t invited, came to town and decided to shut it down out of rage. Chef Tony Clark, who is now heading up the restaurants at the Valley Forge Casino, will team up with Moshulu’s Anthony Bonnett and Carmen Cappello to create a meal that is sure to wow.
The Moshulu team will be creating dishes like house-smoked Lambdouille Dogs and Diablo Dogs with pickled onion and purple mustard, fried bologna sandwiches with smoky blue cheese and watercress, and octopus with roasted squash, chorizo and sage. Chef Clark will be whipping up a number of small plates as well.
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Related: Events, Food, News, Anthony Bonnett, Carmen Cappello, Delaware-Riverfront, Industry Night, Moshulu, Tony Clark
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Posted by Foobooz on September 13th, 2011
There’s an orange liquor license application in the window at the former Hot Potato Cafe on Girard Avenue. Michael Klein says it will be a whiskey bar with New York roots. [The Insider]
Han Chiang is looking to open his 4th Han Dynasty location. This one will be in University City. Also coming soon, a speakeasy bar catering to hospitality types in the basement of his Old City location. [The Feast]
Several of our readers thought Brinn Sinnott would make a good choice for Talula’s Garden’s top job. That didn’t happen as Sean McPaul got the gig, but Sinnott is joining the TG team as sous chef. [The Insider]
Chef Carmen Cappello is out at the Wishing Well. The chef has also sold his interest in the bar and North South Meatery & Canning Co. (product line) and the Smoke Truck (mobile BBQ), the collaboration between Wishing Well and Mark Coates. [Meal Ticket]
So long to Trattoria Alla Costiera at Passyunk and Catharine. The Italian BYOB managed to last 5 years at the location. [The Insider]
Related: Opening Soon, Brinn Sinnott, Carmen Cappello, Closing, Fishtown, Han Chiang, Han Dynasty, Talula's Garden, Trattoria-Alla-Costiera, Wishing Well
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