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1 Citizens Bank Way
Philadelphia, PA 19148


Food and Beverage Service and Distribution Near Philadelphia's Big League Sandwich

Sysco Food Services of Philadelphia
Distance: 0.4 mi Competitive Analysis
666 Packer Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19148-5304

(215) 463-8200

Sysco Food Services of Philadelphia
Distance: 0.4 mi Competitive Analysis
666 Packer Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19148-5304

(215) 463-8200

Procacci Brothers
Distance: 0.9 mi Competitive Analysis
3333 S Front St
Philadelphia, PA 19148

(215) 463-8000

Procacci Brothers works closely with small and large shippers in the U.S. and around the world to bridge the gap between grower and consumer. Our vendor partners rely on us to effectively bring their products to market. Long-standing relationships with growers, as well as our sales volume, allow us to pass along pricing values to our customers.

Samuels Seafood
Distance: 0.5 mi Competitive Analysis
3400 S Lawrence St
Philadelphia, PA 19148

(215) 336-7810

When my grandfather Guiseppe started the business, his inventory was brought in every morning and sold at the end of every day. A fish monger with a dream, he pushed his products through the streets of Philadelphia, working long days and nights catering to his customers. Guiseppe learned the ways of business in America, and as his business grew, so did his family. Guiseppe, his wife Concetta, and his four children, all worked hard together. As the profits grew, “Mr. Joe” as the customers called him, began to improve his company. A horse and wagon followed the push cart, and the wagon grew larger handling a varied selection and greater quantities. He not only was able to buy better with the increased sales, but was able to better service his customers by buying another horse and wagon for quicker deliveries. Two horses became three, and the wagons became the latest in modern technology, the truck. My mother Rose, being the oldest child, managed Guiseppe’s first store on 13th and Dickinson. As my grandfather developed the streets, his daughter developed the walk-in trade at the store. Slowly, Mr. Joe began to see the true potential of expansion. At the young age of 13, Rose was able to buy and sell for her father, eventually running the business at the corner store. As the business prospered and grew in the 40′s and 50′s, again so did our family. We all helped with the work, no one was exempt. All of our cousins, uncles and aunts were deputized at Christmas, and that’s where I come in. As a young boy in the 60′s, the fish were like toys to me. When my mom was at work, I would try to guess what fish were on display. With all the different colors and shapes, “Fisher Price” had nothing on Ippolitos. I loved being in the store, and my grandfather knew it. He developed a relationship with his grandson as he did his business, with love and patience. After losing his only son, I became the heir apparent being the only son of his eldest daughter. School didn’t interest me. Fish was the business I wanted to be in and I followed my dreams. As fish consumption grew in the U.S., I knew I was in the right place at the right time. We began to see many different species coming to of our corner store. As my selection grew, so did our customer base. Restaurants would come to us for their needs. In 1974, Guiseppe retired and moved back to Sicily, Italy. I graduated Central High School and finished my education at Ippolito’s Seafood, later managing the business for my mother. By 1989 we were busting out all over and we decided to start another separate company, ‘Samuels and Son Seafood’. This new company would concentrate on the wholesale business and Ippolitos continued its success in the retail trade. My father Sam was in sales at the time, so I asked him to join with me and train our sales team. My wife Donna, always at my side, sacrificed a lot to make it work. We raised a family of four children and still managed to grow the business further. My mom and grandfather both passed away, but we still continued to run both businesses and we grew. Samuel D’Angelo

Samuels Seafood
Distance: 0.5 mi Competitive Analysis
3400 S Lawrence St
Philadelphia, PA 19148

(215) 336-7810

When my grandfather Guiseppe started the business, his inventory was brought in every morning and sold at the end of every day. A fish monger with a dream, he pushed his products through the streets of Philadelphia, working long days and nights catering to his customers. Guiseppe learned the ways of business in America, and as his business grew, so did his family. Guiseppe, his wife Concetta, and his four children, all worked hard together. As the profits grew, “Mr. Joe” as the customers called him, began to improve his company. A horse and wagon followed the push cart, and the wagon grew larger handling a varied selection and greater quantities. He not only was able to buy better with the increased sales, but was able to better service his customers by buying another horse and wagon for quicker deliveries. Two horses became three, and the wagons became the latest in modern technology, the truck. My mother Rose, being the oldest child, managed Guiseppe’s first store on 13th and Dickinson. As my grandfather developed the streets, his daughter developed the walk-in trade at the store. Slowly, Mr. Joe began to see the true potential of expansion. At the young age of 13, Rose was able to buy and sell for her father, eventually running the business at the corner store. As the business prospered and grew in the 40′s and 50′s, again so did our family. We all helped with the work, no one was exempt. All of our cousins, uncles and aunts were deputized at Christmas, and that’s where I come in. As a young boy in the 60′s, the fish were like toys to me. When my mom was at work, I would try to guess what fish were on display. With all the different colors and shapes, “Fisher Price” had nothing on Ippolitos. I loved being in the store, and my grandfather knew it. He developed a relationship with his grandson as he did his business, with love and patience. After losing his only son, I became the heir apparent being the only son of his eldest daughter. School didn’t interest me. Fish was the business I wanted to be in and I followed my dreams. As fish consumption grew in the U.S., I knew I was in the right place at the right time. We began to see many different species coming to of our corner store. As my selection grew, so did our customer base. Restaurants would come to us for their needs. In 1974, Guiseppe retired and moved back to Sicily, Italy. I graduated Central High School and finished my education at Ippolito’s Seafood, later managing the business for my mother. By 1989 we were busting out all over and we decided to start another separate company, ‘Samuels and Son Seafood’. This new company would concentrate on the wholesale business and Ippolitos continued its success in the retail trade. My father Sam was in sales at the time, so I asked him to join with me and train our sales team. My wife Donna, always at my side, sacrificed a lot to make it work. We raised a family of four children and still managed to grow the business further. My mom and grandfather both passed away, but we still continued to run both businesses and we grew. Samuel D’Angelo

Flying Fish Seafood
Distance: 0.7 mi Competitive Analysis
2652 S 9th St
Philadelphia, PA 19148-4529

(215) 339-5125

Novick Brothers Corporation
Distance: 0.5 mi Competitive Analysis
3660 S Lawrence St
Philadelphia, PA 19148

(215) 467-1400

Founded by William Novick in 1924 as a purveyor of fresh produce, Novick Brothers Corp has evolved to provide a broad line of products and services for our area's independent institutions, childcare centers, distinctive caterers and fine restaurants alike. Over the past 3 years, we have also built The Novick Family Urban Farm as our non-profit initiative to turn over 1.5 acres of formerly unused land into a thriving farm. We are growing food to feed the underprivileged in our community, while offering an educational venue in which to teach children, teens, and their educators about farming, agriculture, horticulture, nutrition, whole food and many other food- related topics.

Procacci Bros
Distance: 0.6 mi Competitive Analysis
3655 S Lawrence St
Philadelphia, PA 19148-5610

(215) 463-8000

E Frank Hopkins
Distance: 0.5 mi Competitive Analysis
3427 S Lawrence St
Philadelphia, PA 19148-5615

(215) 468-9190

Gil's Wholesale Distributor
Distance: 1.3 mi Competitive Analysis
2000 S 11th St
Philadelphia, PA 19148-2337

(215) 462-0208

Food Distribution Center
Distance: 0.8 mi Competitive Analysis
3301 S Galloway St, Ste 284
Philadelphia, PA 19148

(215) 336-3003

Aramark
Distance: 0.3 mi Competitive Analysis
3601 S Broad St
Philadelphia, PA 19148-5250

(215) 468-4269

A Badolato Fruit & Produce Brokers
Distance: 0.6 mi Competitive Analysis
3300 S Galloway St Ste 90
Philadelphia, PA 19148

(215) 336-3766

Monti Wholesale Foods LLC.
Distance: 0.4 mi Competitive Analysis
700 Pattison Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19148

(215) 463-0976

Philadelphia Wings
Distance: 0.3 mi Competitive Analysis
3601 S Broad St
Philadelphia, PA 19148

(215) 336-3600

Local Business Near Philadelphia's Big League Sandwich

Phillies Picnic in the Park At Citizens Bank Park ️
Distance: 0.0 mi Competitive Analysis
1 Citizens Bank Way
Philadelphia, PA 19148-5205

Harry The K's
Distance: 0.0 mi Competitive Analysis
1 Citizens Bank Way
Philadelphia, PA 19148

(267) 570-2339

Tony Luke's
Distance: 0.1 mi Competitive Analysis
1 Citizens Bank Way
Philadelphia, PA 19148

(215) 551-5725

Citizen's Bank Park
Distance: 0.1 mi Competitive Analysis
1 Citizens Bank Way
Philadelphia, PA 19148

(215) 463-1000

Phillies Baseball Club
Distance: 0.1 mi Competitive Analysis
1001 Pattison Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19148

(267) 570-2960

Citizens Bank Park
Distance: 0.1 mi Competitive Analysis
1 Citizens Bank Way
Philadelphia, PA 19148

(215) 463-1000

Citizens Bank Park Hall of Fame Club
Distance: 0.1 mi Competitive Analysis
1 Citizens Bank Way
Philadelphia, PA 19148

(215) 218-5100

Citizen's Bank Park Section 115
Distance: 0.1 mi Competitive Analysis
1 Citizens Bank Way
Philadelphia, PA 19148-5249

(215) 218-5100

Citizen Bank Park - Home of the Philadelphia Phillies
Distance: 0.1 mi Competitive Analysis
1 Citizens Bank Way
Philadelphia, PA 19148

Citizens Bank Park
Distance: 0.1 mi Competitive Analysis
1 Citizens Bank Way
Philadelphia, PA 19148

(215) 463-1000

Citizens Bank Park... Philies Stadium!
Distance: 0.1 mi Competitive Analysis
1 Citizens Bank Way
Philadelphia, PA 19148

Citizens Bank Park
Distance: 0.1 mi Competitive Analysis
1 Citizens Bank Way
Philadelphia, PA 19148

(215) 463-5000

Philadelphia Phillies
Distance: 0.1 mi Competitive Analysis
1 Citizens Bank Way
Philadelphia, PA 19148

(215) 463-6000

Chickie's & Pete's
Distance: 0.1 mi Competitive Analysis
1 Citizens Bank Way
Philadelphia, PA 19148

(215) 463-1000

McFadden's Ball Park
Distance: 0.1 mi Competitive Analysis
1 Citizens Bank Way
Philadelphia, PA 19148

(215) 952-0300

Diamond Club
Distance: 0.1 mi Competitive Analysis
1 Citizens Bank Way
Philadelphia, PA 19148

(267) 570-4000

McFadden's at Citizens Bank Park
Distance: 0.1 mi Competitive Analysis
1 Citizens Bank Way
Philadelphia, PA 19148

(215) 333-3333

Citizens Bank Park - Philadelphia Phillies Baseball
Distance: 0.1 mi Competitive Analysis
1 Citizens Bank Way
Philadelphia, PA 19148

S Lot
Distance: 0.1 mi Competitive Analysis
1101 Pattison Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19148