A New Restaurant Will Replace The Grille at Wells Fargo Center

A New Restaurant Will Replace The Grille at Wells Fargo Center

A New Restaurant Will Replace The Grille at Wells Fargo Center

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a new sit-down restaurant concept at Wells Fargo CenterPhiladelphia, PA - Wells Fargo Center, Aramark Sports + Entertainment, and Starr Restaurants, announced plans for a new sit-down restaurant concept at Wells Fargo Center. The restaurant will replace The Grille and is expected to open in October at the start of the 2022-23 NHL and NBA seasons.

A New Sit-down Restaurant Concept At Wells Fargo Center


The unnamed restaurant concept will embrace the history of Philadelphia’s sports teams with traditional accents and lighting reminiscent of an upscale tavern. With floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Philadelphia skyline.

The dining space will seat close to 300 fans and offer American-style cuisine with direct views of the action on the court and ice.

“The entertainment industry is one that I’ve yet to leave my mark on, so collaborating with Aramark and Wells Fargo Center on an in-arena restaurant concept is special,” said Stephen Starr, founder and CEO of Starr Restaurants. “I look forward to using my creativity and passion for developing elevated dining concepts to help create a unique hospitality experience for Philadelphia sports fans.”

The newest restaurant comes as part of a three hundred million dollar Transformation project at the spots center. It will debut alongside the brand-new Club Level this fall. Highlights of the Club Level include a Premium Seating Entrance as well as a new Lobby, seating options, an open-floor layout, exclusive retail, and themed whiskey and tequila bars.

The Wells Fargo Center’s reimagined transformation is a direct result of private investment in the Stadium District – a phenomenal urban planning success for the City of Philadelphia and the State of Pennsylvania. The Stadium District is a key anchor for future investment in South Philadelphia, including plans to revitalize FDR Park, invest in regional roads and infrastructure, and redevelop underutilized areas.

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