The Ultimate Guide to Cheesesteaks in Philly
23 top spots for Philadelphia’s most famous food
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| J. Varney for Visit Philadelphia
What’s the best cheesesteak in Philly? Asking that question beats any ice breaker, opening line, or fight-starter in this town. Everyone has a favorite and opinions for days.
The good news: It’s easy to find excellent cheesesteaks all over Philadelphia. Each spot has its own claim to fame, but the key elements are the same — a locally baked long roll that’s sturdy but soft on the inside, chopped or sliced griddle-fried beef, melted cheese (whiz, American, or provolone), and the option of fried onions (“wit” and “witout” onions are both acceptable choices). Take your pick — there’s something for everyone.Read More
Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.
The Prince of Steaks has sat on its throne in Northeast Philly for almost four decades, and hasn't changed a thing. Rib-eye, shaved to 1/8 of an inch, gets drenched in whiz for a delightfully chewy, flavor-packed bite. The location lends itself to an organic locals-only vibe, so fit in or get out. Three Steve’s Prince of Steaks shops are open, including the original on Bustleton Avenue, the one on Comly Road, also in the Northeast, and the Langhorne location. Call ahead to order in advance and make pickup quicker.
A Pat's and Geno's-esque rivalry exists between Chubby's and Dalessandro's in Roxborough. But quietly chugging along, Barry's serves what some might say are the best, and cheesiest, steaks in the entire neighborhood. A Roxborough standby since 1989, Barry’s is open for pickup and delivery on Seamless and Grubhub. Call to order.
Many claim Dalessandro's has the best cheesesteak in Philadelphia, and it's not hard to see why. Rolls are absolutely packed with finely chopped rib-eye, the cheese is mixed in just right, and the onions are kept chunky for maximum flavor. Call ahead — or wait in line — to place your order.
Chubby's in Roxborough takes pride in the "cut" of its steak. Not chopped to oblivion, not big slabs, but the perfect in-between, so that the beef is as flavorful as possible. Chubby’s is open for delivery and pickup. Order online or call 215-487-2575.
Operating in Germantown since 1999, Sister Muhammad’s Kitchen is a destination for cheesesteaks of all varieties — while the restaurant serves the more classic beef cheesesteak, the lamb steak, salmon steak, and black bean vegetarian steak are all highlights. Dining in is an option, as well as takeout and delivery through DoorDash and Uber Eats.
Another Northeast Philly classic has been providing seared-to-order rib-eye steaks to its neighbors since 1949. Both Joe’s locations — the old school shop on Torresdale Avenue and the newer one in Fishtown — are open for call-ahead pickup orders. For delivery, find these rib-eye steaks on Caviar, Grubhub, DoorDash, and Uber Eats. Milkshakes in flavors like strawberry or mint chocolate chip are also available for pickup and delivery.
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3653 Germantown Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19140
The cheesesteak joint made famous in the film Creed — when Tessa Thompson shows Michael B. Jordan how to eat Philly’s favorite sandwich — is known for its huge sandwiches and North Philly’s storied cheesesteak shop is open for takeout. Online ordering is an option. Important note for night owls: Max’s is open late.
Larry's is drunk food for the nearby Saint Joseph’s University student body, but for the rest of the world, it's a mighty fine place to order a cheesesteak, or a “belly filler”: a two-foot mammoth of a cheesesteak. However, beware the late-night weekend crowd — college kids aren't their best selves after 11 p.m. Call or download the Larry’s Steaks app to order, or use Grubhub. It’s cash only.
Even in the land of griddle-fried beef, vegans and vegetarians will find a good cheesesteak. Bright yellow Cheez Whiz-style sauce separates Blackbird’s cheesesteak from the other herbivore competition. Order online for pickup or place delivery orders through DoorDash.
Don’t let Sonny’s location in tourist-friendly Old City be a deterrent. Sure, it’s a bit cleaner-looking — less grimy and “authentic” — than many of the other top shops on this list. But Sonny’s combination of friendly service, a great product, and lines that aren’t usually too long make it a solid choice.
Family-run Campo’s, in business since 1947 and at its current location in Old City since 2001, is known for The Heater, a spicy take on a cheesesteak with hot peppers, jalapeno cheddar, and buffalo hot sauce. But the classic version is also well represented here, along with all different types of hoagies (including vegetarian and vegan options). Cheesesteak seekers will also find Campo’s at Citizens Bank Park, home of the Phillies, and at the Wells Fargo Center, home of the 76ers and Flyers. Sandwiches are available for pickup and through most delivery services.
South Street sandwich shop Woodrow’s deviates from the classic cheesesteak with a gussied-up version that’s also worth trying. The Woodrow’s Whiz Wit combines shaved ribeye, house-made truffle whiz, caramelized onions, and cherry pepper mayo. Place an order for delivery or pickup online.
This iconic yellow-and-pink storefront on South Street has been serving cheesesteaks since 1979. The original is still there, along with a second, much bigger location just up the street (517 South Street). It’s no wonder it expanded: The cheesesteaks are executed perfectly; chopped and packed to just the right ratio. Ishkabibble’s cheese fries are also a must-order. Call or place an order on Grubhub for pickup.
Who Needs A COVID-19 Vaccine Booster And Where To Get One: Here’s What You Need To Know
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Millions of people in our region have already been vaccinated against COVID-19. And after nearly a year of beginning immunizations, some people will need a third shot.
After weeks of debate, on Sept. 23, 2021, the CDC director signed off on Pfizer booster shots for millions of people.
Here’s what you need to know about vaccine eligibility and distribution sites, including where you can get a booster shot.
WHO QUALIFIES FOR A BOOSTER SHOT?
CDC recommends that the following groups should receive a booster shot of Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVID-19 Vaccine at least 6 months after completing their Pfizer-BioNTech primary series (i.e., the first 2 doses of a COVID-19 vaccine):
- people aged 65 years and older
- people aged 18–49 years with underlying medical conditions
- residents aged 18 years and older in long-term care settings
- people aged 18–64 years at increased risk for COVID-19 exposure and transmission because of occupational or institutional setting
Here are the frontline workers and other types of employees who qualify for a booster shot, according to the CDC, which noted that the list could be updated in the future.
- First responders, including health care workers, firefighters, police, congregate care staff
- Teachers and support staff, including school administrators
- Day-care workers
- Food and agriculture workers
- Manufacturing workers
- Corrections workers
- U.S. Postal Service workers
- Public transit workers
- Grocery store workers
Underlying medical conditions included in this booster authorization include:
- Chronic kidney disease
- Chronic lung diseases, including COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease), asthma (moderate-to-severe), interstitial lung disease, cystic fibrosis, and pulmonary hypertension
- Dementia or other neurological conditions
- Diabetes (type 1 or type 2)
- Down syndrome
- Heart conditions (such as heart failure, coronary artery disease, cardiomyopathies or hypertension)
- HIV infection
- Immunocompromised state (weakened immune system)
- Liver disease
- Overweight and obesity
- Sickle cell disease or thalassemia
- Smoking, current or former
- Solid organ or blood stem cell transplant
- Stroke or cerebrovascular disease, which affects blood flow to the brain
- Substance use disorders (such as alcohol, opioid, and cocaine use disorders)
Separately, some people with certain immunosuppressing conditions who were vaccinated with Pfizer or Moderna should get an additional dose four weeks after their second dose.
See this chart, courtesy of Phila.gov, to explain the situation. Check the column of the vaccine you got for recommendations on if you should get a booster dose or not.
WHERE CAN I GET A BOOSTER SHOT?
Pennsylvania’s network of vaccine providers is ready to deliver booster shots of the coronavirus vaccine. To find a vaccine provider near you, visit vaccines.gov.
The Philadelphia Department of Health started giving out vaccine boosters on Sept. 25, 2021, as long as an individual meets the CDC’s criteria. You can get a booster anywhere the city is giving out the Pfizer vaccine. For more information and to find a vaccine provider near you, call (215) 685-5488 or click here.
Montgomery County is now accepting appointments for a third dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines. You can make an appointment at any of the county-run vaccine clinics. You’ll have to confirm your eligibility for the third dose. Click here to find a vaccine clinic near you.
New Jersey is reopening some of its mega-sites to handle the demand for Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine booster shots. People who want a third dose should identify themselves as immunocompromised and proof of immunocompromised status is not required. Vaccine appointments can be made at any existing vaccination location without a prescription.
Not in any of the areas above? Click here tofind a vaccine provider near you.
WHAT DO I NEED TO BRING TO MY APPOINTMENT?
If you have your CDC Vaccination Card, you should bring it with you so that the additional dose can be added to your card, or bring a photo of your vaccine card on your phone to verify that you received your second dose of Pfizer vaccine at least six months ago.
In Philadelphia, if you have lost your vaccine card, you can request your full vaccine record by visiting https://bit.ly/philavaxrecordrequest. People who have laminated their vaccine card can still use it. If you go to a City clinic, our staff will place a sticker to show that you have received your booster dose directly on the laminate. Many clinics will be able to replace your card altogether.
In New Jersey, if you do not have your card, you can bring other documentation, including the digital record via the Docket app. The vaccine provider can also look up the individual’s vaccine record on the State’s vaccine registry.
You do not need any proof of a medical condition, do not need a note from a medical provider, and do not need a prescription.
NEED A COVID-19 VACCINE?
Search vaccines.gov, text your ZIP code to 438829, or call 1-800-232-0233 to find locations near you.
Here are some more sites that are helping the public connect with vaccine appointments.
CVS, Rite Aid, Walmart, Walgreens and independent pharmacies are scheduling limited vaccine appointments in select locations based on local eligibility guidelines. Register on their websites.
You can also contact your state or local health department for more information.
All Pennsylvanians 12 and older are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, including Philadelphia residents.
Pennsylvania Acting Health Secretary Alison Beam said the accelerated vaccine rollout in Pennsylvania was a reflection of supply now out-pacing demand in many locations.
The state also unveiled a new mobile vaccine unit that will travel to mainly underserved communities, aiming to reverse vaccine hesitancy.
Find a vaccine provider to schedule an appointment here.
In Philadelphia, all Philadelphians 12 and older can now set up their own vaccine appointments by clicking here.
Children between the ages of 12-15 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian & must bring DOB documentation. Click here for more information.
To register in Philadelphia for a vaccine appointment, click here.
The Philadelphia Department of Public Health has a COVID-19 Call Center available Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 6 p.m., and Saturday through Sunday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. at 215-685-5488.
Montgomery County established several vaccination sites, including the Montgomery County Community College, Norristown Area High School. To register for a shot, visit vaccine.montcopa.org. Appointments for the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine are available for everyone age 12 and over who lives or works in MontgomeryCounty. Appointments are recommended but not required. Walk-up registration is available at all sites. To see a list of clinic hours and locations, visit www.montcopa.org/covid-19vaccine or call (833) 875-3967. For directions and parking information, click here.
County COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics:
- Bethel Community Church, 575 North Keim St., Pottstown, PA 19464 (Weekday and Saturday hours)
- Bethlehem Baptist Church, 712 Penllyn Pike, Spring House, PA 19477 (All Saturdays in May)
- King of Prussia Mall, (former JC Penney), 160 North Gulph Road, #A110, King of Prussia, PA 19406 (Located on the 2nd level of the former JC Penney, across from True Food Kitchen and Shake Shack. Please enter from the parking lot. The entrance inside the mall is closed.)
- Montgomery Mall (former Sears), 804 Bethlehem Pike, Suite 600, North Wales, PA 19454 (Located on the 2nd level of the former Sears location, near the food court entrance. The entrance inside the mall is closed.)
- Trinity Lutheran Church, 1000 W. Main St., Lansdale, PA 19446
- Parkside Shopping Center (between Planet Fitness and Rally House), 2522 West Moreland Road, Willow Grove, PA 19090
Parents or guardians bringing children aged 12-17 to get vaccinated should make sure they are attending a Pfizer vaccine clinic. Pfizer is the only vaccine authorized for people under the age of 18. Pfizer and J&J clinics are listed at www.montcopa.org/covid-19vaccine.
Delaware County residents can register for a vaccine here. Some Delaware County school districts are holding vaccine clinics for high school students.
Chester County residents can register for a vaccine here. ChesterCounty Health Department officials will offer the Pfizer vaccine at its walk-in or drive-thru clinic locations, with or without an appointment, from Thursday morning, May 13 for everyone age 12 and over at the following ChesterCounty Health Department vaccine sites:
Exton Square Mall (former Sears store)
222 Exton Square Mall, Exton, PA 19341
Tuesday-Friday 12:00 noon – 8pm
Saturday and Sunday 9:00am – 5:00pm
Longwood Gardens overflow parking area (drive-thru)
1010 E. Baltimore Pike, Chadds Ford, PA 19317
Tuesday-Friday 11:00am – 7:00pm
Saturday and Sunday 9:00am – 5:00pm
If individuals prefer to make an appointment for the vaccine at either of these locations, they can do so at https://chesterpaprod.service-now.com/vam
These providers will be administering the vaccine when it becomes available to more people, as well as local and county sites.
Retail pharmacies, such as CVS and Walgreens, will also be administering the vaccine.
For individual county sites and procedures, visit your county’s health department website.
New Jersey began distributing the vaccine in mid-December with a goal to vaccinate 70 percent of the adult population, 4.7 million people, within six months.
Register for the vaccine here.
The vaccine is being distributed in hospitals as well as county sites and retail pharmacies, such as Rite Aid, CVS and Walgreens.
The following mega-sites will serve as hubs for priority groups:
- Atlantic County: Atlantic City Convention Center
- Bergen County: Racetrack at Meadowlands, East Rutherford
- Burlington County: Moorestown Mall
- Gloucester County: Rowan College of South Jersey, Sewell
- Middlesex County: New Jersey Convention and Exposition Center, Edison
- Morris County: Rockaway Townsquare
For individual county sites and procedures, visit your county’s health department website.
Delaware joins a dozen other states in opening vaccine registration to everyone.
Register for the vaccine here.
The Delaware Division of Public Health has set up a vaccine call center to provide more information about distribution: 1-833-643-1715.
For individual county sites and procedures, visit your county’s health department website.
Philadelphia is a city that prides itself on how little it cares about your opinion of it. Think Philadelphia is unfriendly? Go cry me a Schuylkill. Think Philly is unhappy? This is our happy face.
The Philly attitude was all over an unverified photo of a crab found carrying a cigarette around North Philadelphia, which made the rounds on social media in 2015.
Now one Reddit user has mapped some of Philly's most infamously jerky moments and stereotypes in a cartographic rendering he's dubbed "the Asshole's Guide to Philadelphia: Version 1.1."
The city's Mayfair section is labeled "Home of the Swiss Cheese Pervert" (which isn't quite accurate, because the pervert was actually from Norristown). Holmesburg, which is home to both the city's prison complex and Sweet Lucy's Smokehouse, is labeled "Prisoners and Pulled Pork." And Overbrook, where St. Joseph's University is located, is dubbed "Jesuit Party Bros."
Of course, the McDonald's in South Philly where rapper Ol' Dirty Bastard of Wu-Tang Clan was arrested in 2000 is marked on the map, as is "Drive Like It's Mario-Kart" road, otherwise known as Roosevelt Boulevard.
The creator of the map is a 22-year-old software engineer from Fishtown who asked that his name be withheld to protect his professional integrity. He goes by the name ComradeNapolein on Reddit. In an email, he said the map took him about an hour to design in Microsoft Paint. He created it in response to a similar map made several years ago that he felt had too many racist remarks about parts of North and West Philly.
"I felt I could do better," he said.
The response to the map has been "surreal," according to ComradeNapolein. It's received 473 comments on Reddit and he's watched as his friends from high school have posted it to Facebook without knowing he created it.
So how does a 22-year-old know about the O.D.B. McDonald's incident, which happened when he was 5?
"I became a big fan of Wu-Tang in high school, and when I read on Wikipedia that ODB got arrested there, I knew I had to make the pilgrimage," he said. "It's a crucial piece of Philadelphia history I think everyone should be aware of."
Of what he's labeled "The World's Longest On-Ramp Detour," ComradeNapolein explained: "God, how long has the Girard on-ramp been closed? I've gotten used to the detour now, but when I first had to drive it, it felt like a tour of the city going through all of [the] industrial yards, rumble strips to stop drag racing, and topping it off with that strip club that sometimes has flames shooting out of the roof."
ComradeNapolein's tongue-in-cheek creation has not been without controversy. He said he's received criticism from some Northeast Philly residents for what they consider disparaging remarks about their neighborhoods.
"They clearly missed the key phrase, 'Asshole's Guide,' " he said.
I write about what makes Philly weird, wild, and wonderfully unique. I also fight for Philly's honor against all of its haters.
Things to Do in Philly This Weekend
It’s shaping up to be a busy weekend in Philadelphia, with a block party in Roxborough, and all kinds of Halloween-centric events happening Friday through Sunday.
On that Halloween front, you can find spooks of all levels throughout the weekend:
Got kids? Take them to the Philadelphia Zoo’s annual Boo at the Zoo hoopla to explore the grounds while they’re decked out for the season.
Looking for a low-key hang with friends? Franklin Square is offering spooky putt-putt all month, where you can knock around balls amongst spider webs, fog and spooky lights until 10pm.
Looking to poop your pants? Grab some liquid courage at the Halloween pop-up bar in Midtown Village, then hit up Eastern State Penitentiary for its latest haunted attraction—10 acres of spine-tingling activities, including two haunted houses.
On the food front, you could try one of Philly’s amazing outdoor dining setups all around town this fall. They’re truly one of the best things to come out of the pandemic.
You’ll find details on all that and more in our chronological list of things to do in Philadelphia this weekend below. This list gets updated throughout the week, so stop by regularly for more ideas for how to spend your weekends in Philly.
WHAT TO DO IN PHILLY THIS WEEKEND
ROXTOBERFEST: A hefty stretch of Ridge Avenue—between Leverington Avenue and Martin Street—will be hopping on Saturday, October 23, from 1 to 6 pm, with the annual Roxtoberfest. The day will feature all your prerequisite block party fun—live performances, vendor booths, costume contests, face painting and more. Show up in costume if you’re so inclined!
NOW + THEN MARKETPLACE: The al fresco marketplace that pops up “every now and then” in a lot in Port Richmond closes out its season with a market for four-legged pals. The “Howl-o-ween” pup parade, market and costume contest features a host of pet-centric vendors—from sitters to groomers to accessory makers—a doggie costume contest, full bar and live music.
ALTON BROWN LIVE: TV chef Alton Brown is bringing his traveling “culinary variety show” Beyond the Eats to the Avenue of the Arts’ Merriam Theater on Saturday, October 23, at 8pm. The night promises comedy, music, absurd cooking demos and “potentially dangerous sciencey stuff.”
EAT OUTSIDE: One of the best holdovers from the pandemic is Philly’s awesome outdoor dining scene. Check out some of our favorite places to have dinner and drink under the stars and amongst seasonal plants and flowers. There’s something for every palate and in nearly every neighborhood in the city.
FALL FEST @ MORGAN’S PIER: Waterfront beer garden Morgan’s Pier rounds out its open season with a five-week-long fall festival, happening now through October 30. The fest finds the breezy oasis decked out in haystacks, seasonal flowers and foliage, and autumn-perfect brews galore. For $5 to $10, you can even head into the Pier’s Pumpkin Patch to grab a gourd that you can carve while you sip your adult beverages.
SPOOKY PUTT-PUTT @ FRANKLIN SQUARE: The historic and bustling green space in Old City is open from 10am to 10pm during the entire month of October for Spooky Mini Golf, where the park’s mini golf course will be transformed by fog, cobwebs, eerie sounds and lights.
HALLOWEEN NIGHTS @ ESP: The already-creepy-enough prison in Fairmount is celebrating the spooky season during Halloween Nights, a festival-style event happening now through November 13. The setup contains 15 different attractions—including two haunted houses—across 10 acres of prison yards and dark hallways. The experience is enhanced with state-of-the-art sound and light shows, live performances, and no less than four themed bars and lounges.
CHECK OUT THE NEW HALLOWEEN BAR: Swing through Midtown Village one night to have a drink and a scare at Halloween pop-up bar Nightmare Before Tinsel. The joint is more of a bar-haunted house hybrid, with spooky rooms and hallways to explore, encounters with grim reapers and gory art displays. The menu features 10 beers on draft and in cans, and eight themed cocktails, including the glowing Ecto Cooler Shot, with Crystal Head vodka, Midori, pineapple juice and gummy-fied brains.
FALL FUN OUTSIDE THE CITY: For peak fall-in-Pennsylvania feels, head outside the city beginning this week to visit some farms and villages throughout the region that are kicking off their seasonal activities. First off, you’ve got the 42nd annual Scarecrows in the Village festival at Peddler’s Village, running from now through October 30, where you can rub shoulders with hundreds of local-made scarecrows and enjoy seasonal drinks and food. You can do some pumpkin- and apple-picking, hay-riding and more at Fall Fest at Shady Brook Farm (through Oct. 31) and Pumpkinland at Linvilla Orchards (through Nov. 7).
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