The Sugar Factory is Opening in Philadelphia

Sugar Factory Opening in Philadelphia

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Philadelphia, PASugar Factory Midtown Village - New to Midtown Village Philadelphia is the Sugar Factory that will take Porta's space. The artisan pizza restaurant closed during the recent coronavirus pandemic but still has three New Jersey locations. The Philadelphia location will have a mezzanine bar and 187 seats. The location is endorsed by artists including 50 Cent, Snoop Dogg, and Bruno Mars, who plan to offer alcohol-infused smoking candy goblets at the restaurant.


The Sugar Factory Opening in Philadelphia in Former Porta Location

The first Philadelphia location of the confectionery chain is expected to open on December 1st and will be open for lunch and dinner. The eatery offers several signature burgers and over-the-top milkshakes. It will be located at the former Porta in Center City and is surrounded by photo-worthy decor.

Guests will be able to dine at the cafe, which includes a drive-through window. The restaurant is already taking reservations and will serve its first customers on December 3rd, and a special celebration will take place featuring The  Jersey Shores DJ Pauly D.

Known for its over-the-top desserts, Sugar Factory has a reputation for attracting A-list celebrities and gaining local fans. The new outpost will have neon signs and a candy heart wall, and it will feature a variety of breakfast items and drinks and an extensive menu.



The 187-seat location is the 25th location of the internationally-renowned brand. It has been serving guests for over a decade and will feature a candy wall and a gelato bar. A desserts mezzanine is a great place to relax with a drink. Its two-story design is reminiscent of a French restaurant. The restaurant is located at the heart of Midtown Village.




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