Philadelphia, PA - In Philly, nearly every pizza shop on any corner of every neighborhood in the city serves up the mouth-watering delicacy. Here are a few notable Center City and South Philadelphia spots, but first a lesson on ordering. Those who want a cheesesteak must answer two critical questions: What kind of cheese do you want? And do you want onions? Those who want Cheez Whiz and onions, ask for a “Whiz Wit.” Those who want provolone without onions, ask for a “Provolone Without.”
Philadelphia, PA - Georgie’s House of Gelat’oh,Melding Italian gelato technique with American ingenuity, this Frankford scoop shop plans to nail the flavor bases from boozy (Moscato) to herbal (lemon cilantro) to classic (Sicilian pistachio); vegan options too.
Philadelphia, PA - Cocco’s Pizza first opened in Norwood, PA in 1978. Through the years, has grown to become one of the most significant pizza operations in the Philadelphia region. Cocco's Pizza offers customers quality food at a fantastic price in a family-friendly atmosphere.
Philadelphia, PA - Little Pete’s Steaks, stop into this small steak shop and enjoy a nicely cooked steak and a good-sized portion at Little Pete's Steaks in Philadelphia. Located in the Tocony section of Philly, Little Pete's Steaks' steaks are made to perfection as well as full of juicy flavors. Little Pets's was awarded "1st Annual ‘best Of’ | Philadelphia Cheesesteak Adventure." award for Best Early Morning on the Go Cheesesteak.