Sunday, July 5, 2015

Lorenzo & Sons pizza coming to Wells Fargo Center

The talk is that the South Street landmark is getting a deal.

Lorenzo & Sons pizza coming to Wells Fargo Center

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Lorenzo & Sons, the South Street pizza destination that bounced back last spring from a major fire, is poised to get a deal to bake and sell pizzas at the Wells Fargo Center.

Though Lorenzo's Giuseppe Pulizzi and reps of the arena had nothing to say, my insiders suggest that an announcement will be made soon, and that the Wells Fargo pies will be the same 28-inchers that yield freakishly enormous slices. It will be interesting to watch the in-seat dribbling during Sixers games.

I have not heard a timetable for the debut.

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