The Philadelphia Cheesesteak Was Invented Here In Pennsylvania, And You Can Grab One From Pat’s King Of Steaks In Philly

If you were asked to name one iconic food invented in Pennsylvania, what would you answer? Shoofly pie? Herr’s potato chips? Scrapple? Or, how about the Philadelphia cheesesteak, the beloved famous sandwich that’s become a Pennsylvania staple? We owe the deliciousness that is the Philly cheesesteak to one Philadelphian.

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Where’s your favorite place to grab a Philadelphia cheesesteak in Pennsylvania? Let us know in the comments! After you’ve had a delicious Philly cheesesteak, make your way to this massive two-story grocery store in Pennsylvania for a delightful dessert.

Address: Pat's King of Steaks, 1237 E Passyunk Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19147, USA