Michael Solomonov Is Cooking Cheesesteaks At Pat’s

It's Solomonov's turn to do a guest cheesesteak for charity.

Photo via Flickr

Photo via Flickr

You may not agree that Pat’s King of Steaks has the best cheesesteak in Philadelphia, but you do have to concede that chef Michael Solomonov’s take on the classic dish is unique—it includes shawarma spice, tehina and pickled peppers—and it sounds delicious.

Well, good news: On October 19th, Pat’s will feature Solomonov in their Guest Chef Series.

The series began on January 16th  2016 in order to the engage the culinary community and raise both awareness of and funds for various charities. Chefs like Marc Vetri and Han Chiang have already participated (with a portion of the sales for the night going to their favorite charities), and for Solomonov’s turn, he’ll be making money for the Broad Street Hospitality Collaborative, an organization that provides the poor and homeless with meals, clothing, toiletries and mailing addresses.

Where: 1237 Passyunk Avenue
When: October 19th, 5–7 p.m., Pat’s King of Steaks is open 24/7
Price: All sandwiches are $10, cash only

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