Lori and Jessica Sabatino, co-owners of Alloy Kitchen, LLC, are opening their restaurant’s doors on February 23, 2022, after a year of planning, construction, and patiently waiting for equipment to arrive. They are located in Titan Hollow, a place of enchantment nestled down in Victorian Bellefonte, Pennsylvania at 2042 Axemann Road.

Alloy Kitchen, LLC partnered with SEDA-COG and received a SEDA-COG EDA COVID-19 loan for the purchase of the kitchen equipment for the new restaurant.

“We are very happy to have played a part in this new start-up in the Bellefonte area of Centre County. The SEDA-COG EDA COVID-19 loan program was designed not only to assist existing businesses facing financial hardships due to COVID-19, but to assist individuals who were impacted by the pandemic as well. Lori had been displaced from her restaurant job and this endeavor with Jessica will allow her to continue her passion in the food service industry,” said John Reichard, SEDA-COG Business Relationship Manager.

Lori has been in the food and beverage industry for almost 30 years. Her creativity and passion are apparent in Alloy’s diverse menu which brings familiarity, while also forging something unique. Alloy Kitchen, LLC is a full-service restaurant with take-out sales available. They are partnering with Mad MacIntosh Cidery and Witches Hollow Winery, and Titan Events, who have a large event space and tasting room in Titan Hollow. This space will be available to host events such as weddings, baby showers, holiday parties, birthday parties, and retirement parties. The restaurant will be open Wednesday and Thursday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. You can check them out on their website (https://titanhollow.com/), Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/Alloy-Kitchen-112767994227295/about/), or Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/alloy_kitchen/)

For more information about SEDA-COG’s loans, please contact John Reichard at jreichard@seda-cog.org.

As a community and economic development agency, SEDA-COG enhances the quality of life and economic advantage for residents and businesses in 11 central Pennsylvania counties through its vital partnerships and initiatives. SEDA-COG also is an advocate for the interests of its communities at the state and federal levels. For more information, visit www.seda-cog.org.

For more information, please contact Elaine Stauder, communications coordinator, SEDA-Council of Governments, at 570-522-7429 or estauder@seda-cog.org.