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Gennaro’s officially open in Passyunk Square

Last month we told you that Grace & Pat’s and Gennaro’s would be combining under one roof at 1533 S. 11th St.

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Photo of the location when Grace & Pat’s first opened.

Gennaro’s has officially left their Jackson Street location, bringing their “Best Pizza in Pennsylvania” to East Passyunk Avenue.

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Grace & Pat’s and Gennaro’s to be consolidated into one restaurant

As you might recall, Gennaro’s Tomato Pie was originally set to move across from the Singing Fountain. Plans then changed, which lead to the opening of Grace & Pat’s.

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According to owner Mike Giammarino, both restaurants will now be consolidating into one location under the Gennaro’s Tomato Pie name in Grace & Pat’s current location at 1533 S. 11th St.

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First Pics: Grace & Pat’s now open at 1533 S. 11th St.

In October we first heard about Gennaro’s Tomato Pie opening in the former Da Vinci Ristorante at 1533 S. 11th St., but soon after that announcement, plans changed slightly for the restaurant.

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Instead of Gennaro’s moving to this bigger location, owner Mike Giammarino decided to instead open a new restaurant called Grace & Pat’s.

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New restaurant from Gennaro’s Tomato Pie will be called Grace & Pat’s

In October we broke the news about Gennaro’s Tomato Pie closing up their current location at 1429 Jackson St. and replacing Da Vinci Ristorante at 1533 S. 11th St. According to owner Mike Giammarino, the plans have changed and the current location will remain open as Gennaro’s, but this new restaurant, to be called Grace & Pat’s, will open in this larger location just off of E. Passyunk Ave. and will serve a different style of pizza.

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The restaurant is paying homage to Giammarino’s grandparents, Grace and Pat, both in name and menu.

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