Monday, July 6, 2015

New hot dogs, pizza and wine at Wells Fargo Center

Sometime in the next few weeks, three local food/wine brands will premiere on the menu at the Wells Fargo Center.

New hot dogs, pizza and wine at Wells Fargo Center

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Buffalo wings dog from Hot Diggity.
Buffalo wings dog from Hot Diggity.

Sometime in the next few weeks, three local food/wine brands will premiere on the menu at the Wells Fargo Center.

Hot Diggity - the wurst shop at 630 South St. - will unveil two dogs: “The Slap Shot," a spicy chorizo chili dog, and the “Buffalo Wings Dog,” a buffalo sauce tribute to the Wings. Hot Diggity concessions will be offered at locations on the Main Concourse and the Mezzanine Level Concourse during games and concerts. Hot Diggity 2: Electric Boogaloo, Hot Diggity’s mobile hot dog cart, will be available outside the arena prior to larger events.

Lorenzo & Sons - the pizzeria at 305 South St. - will start serving pizzas at the center soon.

I also hear that Chaddsford Winery is partnering with the Flyers to put the Flyers logo on its instant classic WHITE and RED Wines. Flyers-branded bottles of WHITE and RED will be available at the winery itself and at its Peddler’s Village location, as well as in liquor stores in Eastern Pennsylvania, Delaware and South Jersey.

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WHITE and RED will also be served by the glass and by the bottle at all concession and dining outlets at the team’s home arena, Wells Fargo Center, and other sports bars and restaurants throughout the region.

Below: Hawk Krall graphics for Hot Diggity.

 

 

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