Video: Two chefs dish on their time at Smallman Galley

“You have to work through issues just like opening a real restaurant.”

Smallman Galley chef Stephen Eldridge, Provision PGH.

Smallman Galley chef Stephen Eldridge, Provision PGH.

Jasmine Goldband / The Incline

This is what two Smallman Galley chefs — Stephen Eldridge of Provision PGH and Jacqueline Wardle of Josephine’s Toast — learned in its beta class.

They, and two other chefs, will be at the nation’s first restaurant incubator, 54 21st St., through June 2017. Applications for its next class close Dec. 31.

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