Sunday, February 14, 2016

Tacconelli's in NJ to close pending move

Last night will be Saturday, Feb. 15.

Tacconelli's in NJ to close pending move

Tacconelli´s current location at 450 S. Lenola Rd., Maple Shade.
Tacconelli's current location at 450 S. Lenola Rd., Maple Shade. via web

The Tacconelli's pizzeria in Maple Shade - under pressure to leave since its lease expired - will close after business Saturday, Feb. 15. It is now at 450 S. Lenola Rd., across from Moorestown Mall.

It is scheduled to move into larger quarters, at 27 W. Main St. in Maple Shade, in late April or early May.

The new space will seat 127 guests with an additional two private rooms for 24 to 34 guests that also can be made as one larger room, said Vince Tacconelli, son of the owners.

Smashburger will take over the  Lenola Road location.

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