Love Toothsome Chocolate Emporium Shakes? If You’re Near Philadelphia You Just Got Lucky!


The City of Brotherly Love just got something more to love. It has been announced that the Universal Parks Toothsome Chocolate Emporium has a new quick service location in the Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center arena.  Why Philadelphia? It’s home to Comcast.

This new location is called the Toothsome Milkshake Foundry.

It is being done in conjunction with food service provider Aramark.  The Foundry will offer some of the  milkshakes you find at Universal Orlando including: Brownie, Cookie Jar, Red Velvet, Strawberry Cheesecake, That’s Mint, and the Chocolate X5 shakes.

A look at the location was posted on Twitter:


Theme Park Insider had some quotes about the new location:

Modesto Alcala, Universal Parks & Resorts Senior Vice President for Global Restaurant Development offered this statement:

The Toothsome Chocolate Emporium & Savory Feast Kitchen restaurants at our theme park destinations show what happens when the same amazing team that designs our attractions works with our incredible culinary team to create a completely immersive dining experience. We are excited to share a taste of that experience with Philadelphia. We have brought whole new meaning to what you thought you knew about milkshakes – and we are excited to bring some of our most popular shakes from around the world to fans at Wells Fargo Center.

Phil Laws, the Wells Fargo Center GM also gave a statement:

“This concept is unlike anything we have ever offered before, and we’re confident that these milkshakes will be a hit with guests of all ages.”

How incredible is this for the people and guests of Philadelphia?  I think it’s really great that Comcast (NBC Universal) is bringing this to the area that it all started from. I have to admit I’m a bit jealous!

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