Chickie’s & Pete’s, Popular Philly Sports Pub, Will Occupy Vacant Champp’s in Marlton, NJ

A defunct Champps on Route 73 in Marlton, NJ, will become a Chickie's & Pete's. Evesham Township Mayor Randy Brown and restaurant officials announced the deal Jan. 25. (Steve Lubetkin Photo/StateBroadcastNews.com)A defunct Champps on Route 73 in Marlton, NJ, will become a Chickie's & Pete's. Evesham Township Mayor Randy Brown and restaurant officials announced the deal Jan. 25. (Steve Lubetkin Photo/StateBroadcastNews.com)

EVESHAM TOWNSHIP, NJ—(SBN)—Chickie’s & Pete’s Crab House and Sports Bar, a Philadelphia original, will be bringing its signature CrabFries and other seafood entrees to a former Champps with prominent frontage on Route 73, a main north-south highway for travelers from Philadelphia to southern New Jersey shore resorts.

Evesham Township Mayor Randy Brown at the press conference announcing the arrival of Chickie's & Pete's (Steve Lubetkin Photo/StateBroadcastNews.com)

Evesham Twp. Mayor Randy Brown (Steve Lubetkin Photo/ StateBroadcastNews.com)

Township Mayor Randy Brown, a coach for the NFL’s Baltimore Ravens, made the announcement inside the defunct Champps restaurant, surrounded by developer and restaurant representatives, and several former Philadelphia Eagles players who live in the township and had been urging the mayor to bring Chickie’s & Pete’s to this Burlington County community.

Hear more in this audio news wrapper from SBN News Director Steve Lubetkin.

See our photo coverage of the event here.

 

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