Platinum Dining Group Moves In To The ConcordSeptember 12, 2018
Countless news articles stress the need for balance between one’s work and home life. Lisa and Carl Georigi, founders of Platinum Dining Group, don’t read them. “We’ve never separated the two,” Carl says. “It’s not uncommon for us to be at home talking about business or be in the office talking about what we need to do with the kids this week.”
Certainly, there’s a lot to talk about. The Wilmington-based hospitality group owns four successful restaurants: Eclipse Bistro, Redfire Grill, Capers & Lemons, which has an adjoining market, and Taverna. The company also has a catering arm.
By this time next year, Platinum will have opened a second Taverna and a new concept, El Camino Mexican Kitchen. All the restaurants are in northern New Castle County.
“The Platinum Dining Group is a company that all Delaware restaurateurs can look up to,” says Scott Kammerer, president of Rehoboth Beach-based SoDel Concepts, which has 10 restaurants. “Their strategic growth and commitment to excellence have made Carl a captain of the industry in Delaware.”