So we’ve already talked about the donuts that are coming your way. And yesterday, it was dim sum. And now? Well, how ’bout we add to the list Korean fried chicken, cheesesteaks, bubble tea, gyros, falafel and Thai-style ice cream?
I know, right? Sounds pretty good. Don’t you all wish you lived in UCity right about now?
So what’s coming exactly?
Whenever Pat’s and Geno’s Steaks are mentioned, undoubtedly someone will weigh in with the seemingly erudite argument that they don’t pick a winner between those geographic rivals, but rather they prefer Steve’s Steaks. The Philadelphia cheesesteak joint has been Northeast Philadelphia royalty since opening in the early 1980s. In March of 2013, Steve’s opened a branch of cheesesteak kingdom at 16th and Chestnut Streets in Center City Philadelphia.
Today, we measured how Steve’s Prince of Steaks stacked up against the best cheesesteaks in Philadelphia.
The tale of the tape »
Alan Richman, GQ Food editor and Philadelphia native has ranked his ten favorite Philadelphia cheesesteaks. In a single day, Richman and his crew of cheesesteak eaters managed to try 23-steaks and ranked the top-ten steak sandwiches in order.
There are plenty of zingers and a top-ten list that will be sure to be criticized. Unfortunately we don’t know which places he went to that didn’t make the list.
Here’s the top-ten list and some of our favorite zingers »
Steve’s Prince of Steaks, a Northeast Philadelphia tradition has opened at 16th and Chestnut Streets in the former home of Krispy Kreme. We dashed out to check out the fast moving line and sample one of their cheesesteaks.
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Michael Klein has the scoop on Northeast Philadelphia’s Steve’s Prince of Steaks taking over the former Krispy Kreme at 16th and Chestnut. The Northeast Philadelphia spot is often cited as one of the better cheesesteaks in town and there really isn’t a dedicated cheesesteak spot west of Broad.
No timeframe for the opening.
Steve’s Prince of Steaks to Center City [The Insider]
Steve’s Prince of Steaks [Official Site]