Hours*

Mon-Fri, 7:00a – 7:00p
Sat, 10:00a – 5:00p
Sun, Closed
*Hours may vary.

Location

1701 John F Kennedy Blvd
Comcast Center
Concourse

The Concourse

The Concourse at Comcast Center features a diverse selection of casual dining concepts and quality retailers in one convenient landmark location. Marrying regional headliners with noteworthy Philadelphia classics, this destination is home to a variety of independent purveyors for gourmet-on-the-go meals. Located on the lower level of the Comcast Center, this space can accommodate more than 400 seated guests and offers complimentary Xfinity WiFi.

PHILLY CLASSICS

Di Bruno Bros.

A legendary Philadelphia family business founded in 1939, this culinary pioneer offers made-to-order sandwiches and salads and the finest quality prepared foods. Shop for artisan cheeses, meats, oils, vinegars and gourmet specialties from around the world.

Termini Bros Bakery

Handed down from father to son for three generations, this treasured Philadelphia bakery specializes in Italian confections. The celebrated cannoli, biscotti and sfogliatelle are made from original recipes from Giuseppe Termini, who brought them from Sicily in 1921.

EVERYTHING A-Z

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  • Panda Express
  • Indo 2 go
  • Sookhee’s Produce
  • Di Bruno Bros.
  • Termini Bros Bakery
  • Starbucks Coffee
  • LaScala’s Restaurant
  • Cifelli’s Steaks and Hoagies
  • Tokyo Sushi & Catering
  • Under the C seafood
  • Jake & Max’s Delicatessen
  • Liberty Variety
  • L’Uomo
  • Greens & Grains
  • Watch World
  • Omega Optical
  • Mexican Post
PandaExpress

Experience "Pandamonium" with the World Famous Orange Chicken. Or try another tasty Panda Express dish—all served hot, fresh and fast.

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Indogo

Authentic Indian with a twist, the menu at this fast-casual spot focuses on modern interpretations of favorite Indian dishes—all made with fresh ingredients.

SookheesProduce

This take on a classic farmers market features seasonal produce, gourmet sandwiches to go and a variety of artisanal snack options. Don't miss the juice bar where you’ll find made-to-order fruit and vegetable smoothies.

DiBrunoBros

In 1939, brothers Danny and Joe Di Bruno opened a small grocery store in Philadelphia’s historic Italian Market. Over the last 80 years, Di Bruno Bros. has become a key culinary piece in the fabric of Philadelphia. Their Comcast location offers specialty coffee and gourmet breakfast, signature sandwiches, salads and the finest quality prepared foods. Shop and sample their selection of epicurean delights from around the world—cheeses, charcuterie, olive oils and more!

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TerminiBrosBakery

This treasured Philadelphia bakery specializes in Italian confections. The celebrated cannoli, biscotti and sfogliatelle are made from original recipes from Giusseppe Termini, who brought them from Sicily in 1921.

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StarbucksCoffee

Inspiring and nurturing the human spirit—one person, one cup and one neighborhood at a time.

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LaScalasRestaurant

Head to this Italian American spot for classics "just like Grandmom used to make." Choose from a wide selection of homemade pastas and brick-oven pizzas, salads, wraps and sides.

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CifellisSteaksandHoagies

This is the spot for classic Philly favorites, such as cheesesteaks piled with thinly sliced, lean rib-eye. Hoagies are built to order and made with only the highest quality ingredients.

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TokyoSushiCatering

Raw, cooked or veggie, choose from over 60 classic and unique sushi combinations—from sashimi, nigiri and rolls to bowls. Hot menu items include teriyaki, dumplings, tonkatsu, udon and bibimbap.

UndertheCseafood

This seafood hotspot offers a variety of healthy lunches to go, including Thai, Korean, Japanese and vegetarian dishes. Pick up fresh fish, crab legs or live or frozen lobsters on the way home.

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Farmers Market

Coming later this year to the Comcast Technology Center Concourse, the Comcast Farmers Market will make it easy for employees and visitors to eat local. Look for an abundance of the season’s best produce and goods from local farmers starting soon.