Flavortown Kitchen debut top February story

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Bleached-blond food celebrity Guy Fieri’s carryout only venture topped the list of the most-read stories in February on the Delaware Business Now website.

Fieri partnered with Bertucci’s and Brio restaurant chains’ owner in rolling out three Flavortown Kitchen locations in the Christiana and north Wilmington areas.

Ghost kitchens emerged during the pandemic as a way to meet the surge in demand for deliveries and carryout.

Pandemic and vaccination stories dominated the list of 15 top stories based on page views. However, preparations for the I-95 Wilmington project and a central kitchen that will roll out two million pounds of dough a year for Grotto Pizza also made the top 10.

1. Guy Fieri tiptoes into northern Delaware with carryout only “ghost kitchen”

2. DelDOT details road, exit closings in preparation for the Interstate 95 project through Wilmington

3. Three CVS pharmacies in each of Delaware’s three counties now offering Covid-19 vaccinations

4. The State of Delaware announces site for second vaccinations at Dover International Speedway

5. From the Delaware Public Archives – Remembering the Wanamakers store outside Wilmington

6. Grotto Pizza to roll out two million pounds a year of dough from the new central kitchen in Dover

7. Wilmington City Council approves landlord code enforcement changes aimed at repeat offenders

8, Coronavirus dashboard- Four new deaths and 290 new cases.

9. Coronavirus vaccinations reach the 177,000 mark.

10. New microbrewery to open in the Newark area.

11. Dover Downs owner Bally’s makes a bid for a $650 million casino-resort in Richmond, VA

12. Gas prices continue to climb in Delaware.

13. Covid dashboard – Deaths increase as hospitalizations stay below 200

14. Bank of America opens an office with teleconferencing for customers on Newark’s Main Street

15. Great Wolf Lodge project in Cecil County, MD, moves forward

Here’s to a productive week. This newsletter will return tomorrow.- Doug Rainey, chief content officer.

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