Vagabond Kitchen Reaches Crowdfunding Goal with Community Support

People drive economy. Relationships drive dreams. I asked Dan Rugh, owner of CommonWealth Press in Pittsburgh, to give a brief comment on why CommonWealth decided to get involved with the Vagabond Kitchen’s Read More →

Little Miss Moffat … Made us Appreciate Cookies Again

One of the premier desserts afforded Wheeling these days isn’t a lavish dish drizzled with exotic sauces and layers of complicated ingredients. The desert isn’t marketed using its French equivalent, Read More →

An Open Letter from Chef Matt Welsch about the Ongoing Saga Related to Alcohol Sales at the Vagabond Kitchen

“Is the Vagabond Kitchen still doing BYOB?” “I really wish you guys served wine and beer with these amazing meals.” “I was going to bring my friends from out-of-town to Read More →

Becoming a Homemade Chef: 5 Easy Tips from the Professionals to Make Your Kitchen Run More Efficiently for Less

Running a kitchen is hard. With so many moving parts, cleanliness, efficiency, and even safe practices can quickly get away from you. In your kitchen at home, though the parts Read More →

Vagabond Employee Focus: Bethany Decker

Bethany Decker is a doer. Decker is modest and unassuming with the kind of laugh that makes you laugh — happier because there are people out there with that kind Read More →