Peculiar Culinary Co. opens new event space, appears on CNBC’s ‘Restaurant Startup’ on March 10
From a press release:
Creative caterer and pop-up restaurant concept Peculiar Culinary Company has just opened their new catering and event space, adjacent to the Hughestown Hose Company in their former banquet
hall (30 Center St., Hughestown) near Pittston.
PCC stands out from the rest, taking classic comfort food and putting a peculiar twist on it, priding themselves in using locally sourced and fresh items while making everything from scratch. They are available to cater corporate luncheons, networking events, art-inspired shows, and more, like their recent “Pulp Fiction”-themed dinner-and-a-movie event.
PCC was established in 2012 and began by hosting pop-up and catering events. It is led by award-winning chef and CIA graduate Gene Philbin, who has been featured on the Food Network’s “Guy’s Grocery Games” and recently on CNBC’s “Restaurant Startup,” set to air next Tuesday, March 10.
He is also founder of the Peculiar Music Festival, an annual fundraiser and all-day music festival that supports local organizations, including the Pittston Food Pantry and Pittston city parks.