Pat's King of Steaks

Pat's King of Steaks

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1237 E. Passyunk Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19147

It wouldn’t be Philly without a cheese steak, so lay on the Cheese Wiz at this iconic restaurant. “Pat” is Pat Olivieri—the South Philly hot dog vendor who’s credited with inventing the Philly cheesesteak (with his brother Harry) back in 1920. The street-side take out window has been drawing long lines since 1930, holding the onions—or not—for everyone from Humphrey Bogart to John McCain.

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