The sandwich has been a staple in your diet for as long as you can remember. As a kid your mom would make you a P.B & J, as a teenager you devoured countless B.L.T’s, and then came your college days, when your sandwich habits consisted of scarfing down a bacon, egg and cheese every Sunday morning after drinking too much alcohol and shamefully sex-iling your roommate every Saturday night.
While the cheesesteak is the iconic Philly sandwich, your choices don’t end there. Stop by these favorite spots to try some of the best things you’ll find on bread in the city.
When it comes to global gastronomy, the sandwich reigns supreme. Which is why we put together this handy guide to the world’s best/most representative national sandwiches.
August is National Panini Month. Celebrate these hot pressed sandwiches with some of the best options Philadelphia has to offer.
May is National Barbecue Month. In honor of it, visit one of these Philadelphia spots for some of the best pulled pork the city has to offer.
Celebrate National Meatball Day on March 9 with some of the best available in Philadelphia. From the traditional meat and gravy to turkey and even tuna or veggie balls, there’s a meatball for everyone.
Subway is apologizing that its “Footlong” sandwiches fell short of expectations.
Plaintiffs’ lawyer Stephen DeNittis says the company should either make their sandwiches 12 inches long or stop advertising them as footlongs.
On Wednesday night’s episode of the Travel Channel show “Adam Richman’s Best Sandwich in America,” two Philly sandwiches are in the running for the best sandwich in America.
If you’re a fan of jalapeños, habaneros, chilies and ghost peppers, Philly has some hot stuff for you. Spice up your life with some of these hot and spicy dishes.
A beloved local sandwich is in the running for the coveted title of “Best Sandwich in America.”
Chris is very exicted for opening day of the Phillies season. He talks to an opponent on gambling in Valley Forge, reviews last night’s Pennsylvania Republican Senate Primary Debate with Dom Giordano and allegations that Mitt Romney used sandwiches to buy votes in Wisconsin.
Forget Pat’s and Geno’s, this sandwich battle is between the biggest, baddest and most gluttonous creations in the Philadelphia area.
Forget about cheesesteaks for a minute, and try a few of the most addictive sandwiches around.