Pizzeria Vetri Right at Home in King of Prussia Mall

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Marc Vetri, the Philadelphia chef who sold most of his restaurant empire to Urban Outfitters, is now leaving the publicly traded South Philly-based retailer. (MONTCO.Today file photo)

It’s a family affair.

Urban Outfitters is the parent company of lifestyle brand Anthropologie, as well as The Vetri Family cluster of restaurants, which includes the fast casual take-out or sit-down eatery Pizzeria Vetri, according to a story by Gary Puleo published in The Times Herald. All three take up residence in a corner of the upper level at the mall.


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“They had the opportunity to do something in this space with everybody together, and so they jumped on it,” noted manager Seth Hurlbert, a Gettysburg native who gained much of his culinary experience within the Vetri “mini empire,” including the original namesake location on Spruce Street in Philadelphia, Puleo wrote.

The restaurant recently added a Sunday brunch, while the rest of the menu includes a traditional Margherita pizza, and like all of their pies, is available in two sizes, along with salads, calzones and the signature Vetri specialty, rotolo.

Pizzeria Vetri is located at 640 W. DeKalb Pike, King of Prussia.

Hours are Monday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

For more information, visit PizzeriaVetri.com.

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