The Best Food At Wells Fargo Center

76ers Tickets Guide – Best Food At Wells Fargo Center

With all the money you’ll save on 76ers tickets at, there will be plenty left over to spend on delicious food at the Wells-Fargo Center. It’s no secret that Philly is the capital of the cheesesteak kingdom, but there’s more than that inside the arena as some of the city’s fan-favorite local chains have opened up shop inside the arena. Wells-Fargo has one of the best in-arena hometown restaurant presences in the country.

With Michael Carter-Williams running the point and a hoard of picks in this year’s upcoming draft, the Wells-Fargo Center will certainly be the setting for some great basketball in the future. There’s no better way to watch the Philadelphia 76ers than to combine with some of Philly’s best grub. Let’s take a look at the options you’ll have available to you…

Chickie and Pete’s – Section 101, 204, 216 & Pavilion

The local chain continues to excite the residents of the Philadelphia area with their famous seasoned Crab Fries, and don’t forget the side of White Creamy Cheese Sauce along with those. They also have delicious cheesesteaks/chicken cheesesteaks, chicken fingers, a delicious selection of burgers, and some amazing seafood snacks like the lobster roll and fried shrimp.

Broad Street Carvery – Section 120

If you’re looking for the best sandwiches inside Wells-Fargo Center, look no further. The Braised Short Rib sandwich is incredible with juicy rib meat, melted cheese, peppers and onions. A similar option is the Cracklin’ Roast Porchetta sandwich which has recently been added to the menu. Both sandwiches will satisfy the mightiest of appetites and possibly send you back for seconds.

Campo’s Hoagies – Section 101 & 113

Here’s another local eatery that will cure your hunger via the monster sandwich. The meatball hoagie is loaded with their original recipe meatballs and topped with provolone. Basics like the Turkey and Italian are available, but don’t turn down the opportunity to try the Original Cin- turkey breast, Caesar dressing, hot pepper cheese and sweet roasted peppers.

PJ Whelihan’s – Section 119

These guys have been captivating the Philly area for years with their wings, and now they’re doing the same for Sixers fans in the arena. In addition to their great wings (also available in boneless) you’ll be able to get some of their limited menu like the mammoth pile-on of loaded fries, a variety of burgers and cheesesteaks/chicken cheesesteaks.

Roast Beef Stand – Pavilion Level

You know those chefs you see at fancy restaurants and weddings with beautiful pieces of meat on carving boards? That would be awesome if they had one of those out on the concourse at an arena, right? Ladies and gentlemen, your prayers have been answered! All game long, there’s a guy out there slicing and dicing roast beef into magnificent sandwiches and platters for your dining pleasure. This is an experience quite unlike any other around the league.

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