sport news Philadelphia restaurants turn down catering orders for the Houston Astros amid ... trends now

sport news Philadelphia restaurants turn down catering orders for the Houston Astros amid ... trends now
sport news Philadelphia restaurants turn down catering orders for the Houston Astros amid ... trends now

sport news Philadelphia restaurants turn down catering orders for the Houston Astros amid ... trends now

The Philadelphia Phillies have not won a World Series in 14 years and it seems its people are doing their utmost to help the two-time MLB world champions across the line. 

Several restaurants in The City of Brotherly Love have turned down the opportunity to cater for the World Series favorites while in town for games three, four and five of baseball's showpiece event. 

Philadelphia-famed Angelo's Pizzeria, located in South Philly, declined catering for the 2017 World Series winners. 

Philadelphia restaurant, Angelo's Pizzeria, declined to cater for the Houston Astros this week

Philadelphia restaurant, Angelo's Pizzeria, declined to cater for the Houston Astros this week

Tuesday night was a trying game for the 2017 world champions, losing 7-0 to the rabid Phillies

Tuesday night was a trying game for the 2017 world champions, losing 7-0 to the rabid Phillies

Though, reportedly it did not derive from hostility for the perennially disliked franchise -- outside of Texas -- rather, an unwillingness to make food during the game. 

Amber Sarcone, cousin of Angelo's owner -- Danny DiGiampietro -- wrote on Twitter the Astros had requested the food be delivered following Game 3, which they went on to lose 7-0. 

The Phillies-mad staff weren't thrilled on the idea of having to 'make food during the game' and stay open until the conclusion. As such, the request was declined. 

Philadelphia's Brandon Marsh (R) and Kyle Schwarber (L) celebrate during the Game 3 victory

Philadelphia's Brandon Marsh (R) and Kyle Schwarber (L) celebrate during the Game 3 victory

Another Philadelphia establishment -- Mike's BBQ -- also in the city's south, turned down Houston's advances because they serve barbecue, as opposed to the requested Latin food. 

Lisa Clarke, the Astros' dietician, reached out to Mike's, trying to arrange meals for games three and four. A post of the conversation was shared to Instagram but since

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