BroadwayWorld.com has written a story on Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater, where Ridgewells is operating the newly renamed Catwalk Café. An excerpt of the article is below.
Arena Stage Updates Concessions and Dining Options with Catwalk Cafe
Moving into the second season in its expanded campus, Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater has updated the culinary options available to patrons in the venue. The upper lobby-level dining area has become Catwalk Café. This casual self-service café, along with its adjoining bar and the main lobby-level concessions, will continue to be operated by Ridgewells Catering, who ran the café launched during the inaugural season in the Mead Center: Next Stage Café by José Andrés.
Catwalk Café features a variety of sensational selections, ranging from quick bites to custom-designed salads, soups and entrées. It offers dramatic cuisine featuring flavors inspired by the great American plays currently in production, inspired views of the Southwest Waterfront and the Mead Center and features environmentally friendly service products. Catwalk Café opens two and a half hours prior to the start of scheduled evening performances and weekend matinees and closes once the show begins. Concessions, which serves lighter fare, opens 30 minutes prior to curtain and remains open one hour after the show.