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1237 E Passyunk Ave, Philadelphia, PA
Known worldwide as the birthplace of the cheesesteak.
Tips: You couldn’t miss it if you tried: Geno’s is right across the street. Don’t even bother getting involved with the diehards there, or you’ll be arguing cheese steaks all night.
Pat’s King of Steaks
600 Wendover St, Philadelphia, PA
Roxborough’s own king of steaks gives those famous South Philly boys some tough competition.
Tips: Another bonus: This place sells beer. (Pat’s and Geno’s don’t.)
Dalessando’s Steak And Hoagies or email Dalessando’s Steak And Hoagies
2214 South St, Philadelphia, PA
A South Street barbecue joint that serves up Texas-sized portions.
12th St & Arch St, Philadelphia, PA
A chain-free hodgepodge of eateries and fast-food stands makes for an authentic Philadelphia eating experience.
Tips: Fresh food needs a fresh floral counterpart. The Market has three locations for fresh-cut flowers: Market Blooms, Young Botanicals and Flower Basket.
Reading Terminal Market
1339 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA
1627 South St, Philadelphia, PA
2604 E Somerset St, Philadelphia, PA
B.Y.O.B. pizzeria that’s so in demand you have to reserve your own dough.
Tips: You’ll need a half-dozen friends, your own booze, a pocketful of cash and a reservation.
7838 Germantown Ave, Philadelphia, PA
Refined Chinese food with a dash of Gallic panache in serene, distinctly upscale surroundings.
Tips: This restaurant belongs to the owner of Bryn Mawr’s, Yangming.
219 N 11th St, Philadelphia, PA
Hong Kong, Cantonese and Szechuan come together for a delicious, down-to-earth experience at this Chinatown BYOB.
Tips: Stop by on a Saturday afternoon and watch the kitchen and waitstaff make dumplings at the tables in the dining room.
Lee How Fook
734 S 9th St, Philadelphia, PA
A bakery that gives you this day your daily bread—and then fills it with the best of the Italian Market.
Tips: The bread supply often runs out before lunchtime ends, so come early—especially if you plan to take a loaf or two home.
903 N 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA
Fresh ingredients and clever combinations make for the perfect pizza.
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