With eight stalls in total, diners are invited to enjoy tastes of the Congo, Argentinian, Somalia, Senegal, Afghanistan, the Philippines and more at newly opened Spice Bridge. Each stall has the support of the Food Innovation Network, an incubator that helps get these small businesses off the ground.
Spice Bridge spans 2,800 square feet, with a commercial kitchen with four cook stations, four food retail stalls and a community dining area. The hall can hold up to 20 businesses and is currently offering outdoor and takeaway dining.
Businesses currently open at Spice Bridge include Afella Jollof Catering, with Gambian and Senegalese food; Jazze’s, offering Afghan dishes; Moyo Kitcken, offering a fusion of Somali-Kenyan-Tanzanian cuisines; Seatango, an Argentinian-owned bakery with a variety of both sweet and savory pastries; Taste of Congo, with a wide selection of Congolese dishes; Theary, dishing up Cambodian dishes; Wengay’s Kitchen, offering Filipino food; and Wuha, with Ethiopian-American cuisine.
Spice Bridge is open Tuesday through Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Photo credit: Denise Miller