Palm Philadelphia to Announce Plans to Return to Broad Street

Palm Philadelphia to Announce Plans to Return to Broad Street

Historic restaurant will detail plans for reopening as well as announce unique program allowing loyal patrons to “claim their face”



WHAT: The Palm Philadelphia will be announcing plan to return to the historic Bellevue Philadelphia as well as a unique program allowing many of the nearly 2,000 people represented on the restaurant’s walls to have their faces saved prior to demolition. Former Pennsylvania Governor and Mayor of Philadelphia Ed Rendell, Chairman and Owner of The Palm Wally Ganzi, Jr. and Bellevue Building owner and local real estate developer Ron Rubin will all provide remarks and anecdotes about the iconic restaurant.



WHEN: Friday, November 18, 2016 at 1:30pm


WHERE: The Palm Philadelphia at The Bellevue (200 S. Broad Street, Phila)




  • Ed Rendell, former Governor of Pennsylvania and Mayor of Philadelphia
  • Wally Ganzi, Jr., Chairman and Owner of The Palm
  • Jeff Phillips, Chief Operating Officer of The Palm
  • Ron Rubin, Bellevue Building owner and former PREIT Chairman