Good Luck Pizza Co. is known for its fresh, oven-baked pizza and small menu items like meatballs, arancini and more. With an expansive, Italian-inspired menu, there’s something for everyone—from quick bites to full entrees.
PHILADELPHIA – Travelers at Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) can now enjoy Neapolitan pizza, among other Italian-inspired menu items and craft cocktails, from Good Luck Pizza Co. located in Terminal E. PHL Food & Shops welcome this new addition to its ever-growing roster of more than 176 shops and eateries throughout the airport.
Restaurateurs Valerie Safran and Marcie Turney, who are behind a portfolio of popular restaurants in Philadelphia (Bud & Marilyn’s, Barbuzzo, Little Nona, and more) have partnered with Hakan Ilhan, an esteemed and experienced restaurant operator from Washington D.C., to launch this new airport pizzeria.
Good Luck Pizza Co. is known for its fresh, oven-baked pizza and small menu items like meatballs, arancini and more. With an expansive, Italian-inspired menu, there’s something for everyone – from quick bites to full entrees.
“Everything Val and Marcie create is fantastic,” said Mel Hannah, Vice President and General Manager of MarketPlace PHL. “We’re thrilled to introduce the next delicious chapter to their success story with Good Luck Pizza Co. at PHL Food & Shops.”
A stylish central bar features retro architecture with on-trend subway tiles. In addition, flight info will be available on wall displays inside the restaurant, so diners can keep track of arrivals and departures.
“We’re so grateful to continue our partnership with Marcie and Val to execute this dynamite project,” says Ilhan. “This concept is meant to evoke joy and allow travelers to relax from the stresses of difficult decisions. With a wide selection of pizzas, small plates and a large bar, it’s an easy decision for guests to indulge in one of our classic pizzas or cocktails.”
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