Wells Fargo Center Introduces New Food Concessions for Fans

Giant pizza slices and internationally inspired ramen bowls are among the new offerings at Wells Fargo Center.
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Sports and entertainment fans will have new food options the next time they come to Philly’s Wells Fargo Center at 3601 S. Broad St. The arena, which is home to the Philadelphia Flyers and 76ers, will have new vendors and new options at existing vendors.

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“We want every single part of the fan experience at Wells Fargo Center to be top-notch, and that definitely includes great food and beverages,” Wells Fargo Center President of Business Operations Valerie Camillo said. “In partnership with Aramark, we’ve got a fantastic list of offerings for our fans this season, so no matter what your taste is, you can eat and drink well at Wells Fargo Center this season.”

New to Wells Fargo Center is Omori Ramen Bar, according to Philly Voice. They’ll be serving up internationally inspired ramen bowls like their Curry Chicken Katsu Bowl with crispy chicken katsu, bok choy, curry chicken broth, soy, egg nori, scallion, and, of course, ramen.

Philly fans will also be able to snag a cheesesteak from Delco Steaks, the 2021 “Best of Philly” Cheesesteak winner, crafted from locally sourced ingredients. Or they can get themselves an enormous slice of pizza from Cuz’s Pizza, which is replacing Lorenzo’s.

Looking for a healthier option? Try Melissa’s Produce for salad, grain bowls, and gluten-free options. Those looking for a frozen treat can grab a frozen wine pop from Claffey’s Frozen Popsicles and Selzters. Updated offerings at existing vendors include new vegetarian and taco options, non-alcoholic beers, and Bao buns.



D.G. Sciortino is a journalist, digital media specialist, and founder of Westchester Woman. She has over a decade of experience and has been published on sites like Patch, Reader’s Digest, and Sweet and Savory. D.G. is a fan of comedy and rock and roll and loves crafting works of fiction that inspire love and humanity.
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