Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Piccadilly Restaurant Serves Up Help and Food at the 2009 National Black Arts Festival

Piccadilly’s a portrait of deliciousness Restaurant chain’s top chef dishes up tasty fare for Atlanta’s National Black Arts Festival

Piccadilly Restaurants, LLC is the newest corporate sponsor of the 2009 National Black Arts Festival (NBAF) in Atlanta, July 31 – August 2. Piccadilly has generously donated $5,000 to the 2009 Festival, as well as $5,000 to the festival’s Children’s Education Village. In addition, Piccadilly will donate food for the festival’s volunteers. Piccadilly’s corporate Chef Gino Sclafani will be traveling to the festival to spoon out plenty of mouth-watering meals later this month.

“Gino cooks Creole classics like nobody else,” said Tom Sandeman, Piccadilly CFO. “We think the National Black Arts Festival patrons will enjoy his Southern specials such as blackened shrimp pasta, chicken jambalaya and carrot soufflé.”

“I’m very excited to be coming to Atlanta” adds Sclafani. “It’s a great food town.”

Sclafani, along with other Piccadilly team members, will help serve the festival volunteers. Piccadilly will also have food for sale to festival patrons.

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