Garces Trading Company
One of Iron Chef Jose Garces’ many Philadelphia outposts, Garces Trading features a simple menu of flavorful flatbreads, fresh pastas, house-made mozzarella and other Italian fare. Also on the menu: deep-dish pizzas that take 40 minutes to prepare, but they’re well worth the wait.
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