Enoteca Tredici’s is Coming to Downingtown’s Historic Paper Mill

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PhillyBite Philadelphia, PA - Enoteca Tredici owner, Greg Dodge will obtain Downingtown’s historical paper mill and transformation it into Enoteca Tredici Downingtown, scheduled to open by years end.


Formerly Milito’s in Downingtown, at the historic paper mill that overlooks the East Branch of the Brandywine River.

The $2.6 million space will experience a major renovation, which will enable Dodge and his team to give the space a make over including live trees, an impressive central bar and, for the very first time, a abundance of outdoor dining space. Borrowing from the other coveted sidewalk cafes, Enoteca Tredici Downingtown will offer a vast open-air patio overlooking the water with enough seating for groups of any sizes.

“As our company grows, I’m thrilled to make the jump into real estate ownership,” says Dodge “Enoteca Tredici Downingtown will be a welcoming home-away-from-home for the area’s many residents looking for a great meal among friends and a place to celebrate both special occasions and everyday milestones; it’s also an exciting step forward for our group as we continue to bring fine food, warm hospitality and of course, a wealth of new jobs into fresh markets.”

Enoteca Tredici Downingtown will be his largest and most ambitious project to date, and the first in which he will own the real estate. Expect the restaurant to open later this year with menu items like bacon-wrapped dates, lobster ravioli, squid ink tonarelli and truffle flatbread.

 

 

 


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