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Le Pain Quotidien adding shops in Wayne, Franklintown

The Granary and Wayne are on the way.

Le Pain Quotidien adding shops in Wayne, Franklintown

No time for loafing at Le Pain Quotidien.

The Brussels-bred, New York boulangerie chain - which landed in Philly with locations near Rittenhouse (2011) and at Eighth and Walnut (our name is our address, 2012) - is getting close to opening two more units in the area.

A company rep says "later this month" for a location at the Granary in Franklintown (19th and Callowhill Streets, near Pizzeria Vetri) and "about a month later" for a spot on the Main Line.

The new LPQ - represented locally by Michael Salove Co. - will replace Cosi at 233 E. Lancaster Ave. in Wayne with a freestanding location.

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