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   IN LINE TO GET SOME CHEESESTEAKS! Another famous Philly Cheesesteak spot in Philly is Jim’s Steaks. Open since 1939, this Philly chesesteak landmark is just as popular as Pat’s & Geno’s among Philly locals and tourists. My friends and I loved the cheesesteaks here. This was everyone’s favorite cheesesteak spot, but I think Jim’s and Pat’s were a close tie for me. We went on a Sunday afternoon, and there was a huge line around the corner. See our fun experience below 🙂 LOOK AT THE LINE! LOCATED ON SOUTH STREET NOTICE THE BUCKET OF CHEEZ WIZ TO THE LEFT…MY SHIT! LOL GRILLED ONIONS, CHEEZ WIZ, AMERICAN CHEESE CHEEZ WIZ, AMERICAN, MUSHROOMS CHEEZ WIZ, AMERICAN, GRILLED ONIONS, PEPPERCINI’S Jim’s makes a damn good cheesesteak. Similar to Pat’s, the meat is also shredded which I prefer over the long thin strips of steak like Geno’s. The bottom of the sandwiches were soaked with cheez wiz, and throughout the meat you had the melted white American cheese. The bread was soft and fluffty, but toasted a little on …



Two words: Philly. Cheesesteak. I traveled to Philly recently for a music festival, and being a food blogger I of course had to go to two of the most famous Philly Cheesesteaks spots in the city. Although there are a couple of famous cheesesteak places, when people talk about cheesesteak in Philly, you mostly hear about the Pat’s vs. Geno’s rivalry. Located on the corner of 9th st. & Passyunk Avenue in South Philly, the two cheesesteak rivalies face off 24 hours a day right across the street from each other. Naturally I had to get to the bottom of it and see which one I thought was better, and like many other tourists, I had Pat’s & Geno’s back to back at the same damn time lol. Both places use grilled rib-eye steak, grilled onions, a fresh Italian loaf, and three main cheeses to choose from. See below which won in my book 😉 PAT’S KING OF STEAKS Established in 1930. Two important steps when ordering at Pat’s, straight from their menu: Step 1 Specify if you want your steak …