The Most Delicious Pennsylvania Road Trip Takes You To 6 Hole-In-The-Wall Cheesesteak Restaurants
Hungry? If you’re not right now, give it a few minutes. Once you take a peek at this road trip to six hole-in-the-wall cheesesteak restaurants in Pennsylvania, you might just suffer from a massive cheesesteak craving. Sample a scrumptious cheesesteak sandwich from a half-dozen of Pennsylvania’s many cheesesteak joints. Just make sure you take a hearty appetite with you.
Here are the Google Map directions for this tasty road trip. Customize the road trip to meet your needs, interests, and timeline. Then, when you return, let us know who you think makes the best cheesesteak in Pennsylvania.
What are your favorite hole-in-the-wall cheesesteak restaurants in Pennsylvania? Who do you think makes the best cheesesteak in Pennsylvania? Let us know in the comments! Love discovering hole-in-the-wall hidden gems in Pennsylvania? You’ll definitely want to check out La Pena Mexicana in Kennett Square next time you’re craving a Mexican meal.
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Popular Foods In Pennsylvania
February 17, 2023
What are some other popular foods in Pennsylvania?
Pennsylvania’s a foodie state with some of the best restaurants around. However, Pennsylvanians certainly have a unique palate. Here are some popular foods in Pennsylvania (some are unique, and others are loved all over the country).
The Philly cheesesteak might as well be the state food. After all, everyone loves this creation that was invented in Philadelphia by Pat and Harry Olivieri. You can find an original cheesesteak at Pat’s King of Steaks in Philly.
Scrapple is a Pennsylvania staple; you either love it or you hate it. There’s really no gray area.
Whether you call them whoopie pies or gobs, these delicious creations can be found in bakeries all over Pennsylvania.
If you remember the famous deli Isaly’s then you’ve had a chipped ham (or chipped chopped ham) sandwich or two in your day. It might be even more popular than PB&J in Pennsylvania.
Either you love ‘em or you hate ‘em, but you’ve got to admit that Peeps, a Pennsylvania creation, are pretty darn cute and perfect if you need a sugar rush.
If you live in Western Pennsylvania, you probably like your sandwiches – particularly at Primanti Brothers – with fries on top. Same goes for salads.