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dences, offices and locations throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware. Drexelbrook also serves as the operator of the employee café at the Aqua America headquarters in Bryn Mawr, PA; as facility manager and caterer for the Franklin Commons in Phoenixville, PA; and as the exclusive caterer for The Fuge in Warminster, PA.


Cape May County, NJ


Centuries have passed since Congress Hall, America’s oldest seaside resort, sourced all fruits and vegetables for its restaurant from its own local farm. Now, more than 200 years later, this revered tradition has been restored by owner and co-managing partner of Cape Resorts Group, Curtis Bashaw.


Beach Plum Farm is a 62-acre farm with more than 100 varieties of fruit, vegetables, herbs and flowers that are grown and harvested for Cape Resorts’ restaurants, meaning produce served at Cape Resorts properties is both hand-picked and farm-fresh.


A preferred caterer for more than 25 special event venues throughout the tri-state area, Drexelbrook has created an e-commerce network, Special Occasions by Drexelbrook Catering, for ordering food online.


The Drexelbrook Catering and Special Event Center boasts more than 45,000-square feet of indoor and outdoor space. With 20-foot- tall coffered ceilings, it can be subdivided into five separate function areas. From the- ater-style presentations to large trade show spaces to private boardrooms, the venue fea- tures a variety of settings.


The property’s resources for corporate events include: audio-visual, Wi-Fi, videocon- ferencing, staging, security and more. High- profile businesses, including the Wawa busi- ness meeting, the Upper Darby and William Penn school districts, the Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union, the Delaware County Transportation Management, and the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, have chosen Drexelbrook for meetings and dining.


According to Drexelbrook’s chief executive officer, Domenick Savino, who holds the des- ignation of Certified Professional of Catering and Events (CPCE), casual and interesting “bites” currently are taking center stage, par- ticularly in off-site venues.


“Newer companies with younger employees are steering clear of traditionally served or buffet-style foodservice,” he said. “Interactive stations with food and beverage pairing are very popular with Generations X, Y and even the Z generation, who are just turning 21.”


Savino said the new generations employed at companies are all about local, different and interesting. Pop-up beer gardens that feature local beers, hard ciders and spirits


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