Citizens Bank Park has ALL NEW FOOD options for the 2022 Phillies Season

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i'm salivating. ALL the more reason to go to Phillies games this season! Citizens Bank Park just revealed an all star lineup of all new food options, which we'll get a taste of starting this Friday for the Phillies Season Opener against The Oakland A's. I'm talkin jersey shore favorite "Manco & Manco" pizza, Ryan Howard's brand new fried chicken joint "Colbie's Southern Kissed Chicken" and PB&J Hamburgers! YUM! Details below via PhillyVoice:

The Philadelphia Phillies open the 2022 season on Friday afternoon against the Oakland Athletics at Citizens Bank Park. Fans in attendance will be greeted with an all-star line-up of new food items, including the debut of Jersey Shore favorite Manco & Manco Pizza and the arrival of Colbie's Southern Kissed Chicken, the Mount Holly concept part-owned by former Phillies star Ryan Howard.
Aramark also is introducing a handful of food items as part of its new partnership with restaurateur Stephen Starr.
Manco & Manco, the famed boardwalk pizzeria in Ocean City and Somers Point, New Jersey, revealed Monday it will have a stand in Ashburn Alley, the open concourse behind center field at Citizens Bank Park. The pizza shop dates back to 1956 and is widely recognized for having among the Jersey Shore's best slices.
At the ballpark, Manco & Manco will sell 12-inch personal pizzas for fans out in the stands and 18-inch pies for those in the suites.
Colbie's Southern Kissed Chicken will be located in Section 120, just above the Phillies dugout on the Citizens Bank Concourse. Founded by Howard with partner Mike Colbie, the concept features fried chicken and sandwiches. 
"The Big Piece," named after Howard, is a fried or grilled chicken breast sandwich with pickles, cheddar cheese, bacon, lettuce, tomato and garlic aioli. The shop also has a "Flyin' Hawaiian" sandwich in honor of Howard's former teammate Shane Victorino. 
Howard said Monday he plans to make some appearances at the ballpark to support the business. 

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