Apparently due to a combination of business slowdown, construction, and permitting issues, Culinary Communion is closing. Future classes are canceled, and refunds will be issued… eventually. (And some flexibility is being asked for.) The Lunch Counter will not close, and will reopen March 23rd. The Swinery, pending further permit approval, will also continue, and may take over the lease of the building. Equipment will be sold-off (cash only) Saturday, March 21, from 2-6 pm.
2 thoughts on “Culinary Communion shutting down”
Baby, it’s Karma!! The way Claycamp treated some former employees, paying customers, and city employees just doing there jobs was totally despicable. I say boycott anything he does in the future until he works off EVERYTHING he owes to people who have already paid for classes!
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