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If you have never been to Philadelphia and want to try our local Philly cheesesteak this is the place locals will send you 😄
Not in the neighborhood but this is our top recommendation for cheese steaks. Cash only.
Far away from the gaudy spectacle of Pat's and Geno's, Jim's offers a much more subdued experience. The cheesesteaks themselves stand out as the star here. Melissa recommends getting the fried onions and provolone, while Ed gets his with Cheese Whiz.
Steak sandwiches are delicious. Get there early in good weather as the line can get long. There is some shopping along South Street. A pretty walk from the historic sights on Market Street.
“Basic pizza place offering pies & hoagies in a storefront amid the Italian vendors on 9th Street.”
“Pat's and Geno's are the two most recognizable spots to grab a cheesesteak for people outside of the city. People who live in the city, however, think of them as a bit of a tourist trap. If you must make the trip over and see for yourself, it's about a 10-minute walk. We'd recommend Pat's, as it's less of a spectacle than the neon monstrosity of Geno's”
“One of the oldest and largest public markets in America... The city's famous indoor food paradise that's a one-stop shop!”
“Phenomanal Jewish Delis. Pastami is the best in the world (I'm from NY originally so I know). Try the Romanian Tenderloin I think it's the best steak in Philly, seriously.”
“The Liberty Bell is an iconic symbol of American independence, located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Once placed in the steeple of the Pennsylvania State House, the bell today is located in the Liberty Bell Center in Independence National Historical Park.”