Call it a Philly take on a Hollywood classic.
There are few foods more iconic of Philadelphia than the cheesesteak. From the notorious landmarks to the the tried-and-true favorites, these are the best spots to go for the Philly classic sandwich.
From kittens to Christmas tree deliveries, Uber has provided Philadelphians with more than just a ride to and from the bar.
Famed cheesesteak shops Pat’s and Geno’s stayed open throughout the storm, though they said they didn’t have too many customers.
The best part? Winning the contest makes choosing between Pat’s and Geno’s on a Friday night a whole lot easier.
Chink’s Steaks, located at 6030 Torresdale Avenue, will become Joe’s Steaks + Soda Shop as of April 1st.
Mike Campo, owner of Campo’s Deli at 2nd and Market in Old City, says, “It’s important to us, and I’d like to be known as ‘Philadelphia’s cheesteak.’ “
Philadelphia Firefighters are hoping many hungry people will show up on Friday at a local Northeast Philly pub.
If you order your cheesesteak “with” at Jim’s on South Street, you’d better specify onions.
The long-time owner of Geno’s Steaks in South Philadelphia has passed away.
The unionized drivers set up picket line at the Amoroso plant near 55th and Baltimore Avenue, in West Philadelphia.
To highlight the importance of local foods, Philadelphia tourism officials today were enlisting the help of a well-known caterer to teach passersby in “Love Park” (JFK Plaza) how to create their own cheesesteaks using totally […]
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