Star chef Chad Rosenthal channels his wildly successful BBQ and blues dinning experience for a brand new employment relief restaurant initiative. The Lucky Well Commissary will be dedicated to provide formal training, mentoring and employment to people who struggle with poverty in Philadelphia.
The Lucky Well team will seek out the assistance of local shelters and organizations in identifying and connecting with people who would benefit from the employment relief restaurant initiative. Individuals will be able to gain hands-on experience and develop technical and personal skills that are critical for a career in the hospitality industry.
The Lucky Well Commissary is scheduled to open in the Spring Arts District in the Summer of 2018. The location will operate as a full service bar and restaurant, but will also be a production, packaging and shipping site for the brand's signature spices and sauces.
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The Lucky Well Will Train, Mentor and Hire the Homeless
- By: Kalina NedelchevaFeb 1, 2018