In 1996 David Simms formed Eatible Delights Catering. While building Eatible Delights, David worked for The Olive Garden, Restaurant Associates and La Terrase restaurant, where he received formal training under Chef David Greer. He attended and graduated from OIC Philadelphia where he received hospitality and culinary training. Additionally he formed David’s Place Restaurant, secured the backstage catering for the Robin Hood Dell East and provided catering at its concession stand; he also operated a concession stand at Citizens Bank Ball Park. After he formed Eatible Delights Catering, he was selected to participate in the 1996 All Star game which was his first large scale (750 people) catering and event coordinating project where he worked with Aretha Franklin. Eatible Delights Catering is located at 2338 Ridge Avenue in Philadelphia and currently provides catering for close to 300 events a year.
Eatible Delights catered my 30th Birthday Brunch and it was absolutely amazing! Everyone is STILL talking about the food, especially the shrimp & grits. The entire process was seamless, from selecting the menu, the ability to include linens, to even being flexible about what I did and did not need from the selected package. The entire team was great and felt more like family with their attention to detail and care during my event. I would highly recommend using Eatible Delights for your next event.
MY FAVORITE CATERER! EXCELLENT FOOD & STAFF!
City of Philadelphia, Mayor Michael Nutter
Philadelphia Parking Authority
Hon Cherelle Parker, State Representative
The Philadelphia Business Journal
The Urban League of Philadelphia
Eatible Delights Catering and David Simms have been featured in Philadelphia Inquirer, The Philadelphia Business Journal, The Philadelphia Tribune, Exceed magazine, Jet magazine Black Enterprise (online) as well as the African American Chamber of Commerce. David Simms has been featured on CN8, The Thera Martin Connelly shown on channel 68, CBS 3 with Ann Marie Green and the 10 show with Lori Wilson and Bill Henley