Philadelphia Cheesesteak

Cheesesteaks have become known across the country, but a legitimate, authentic version must be made from thinly-sliced chipped steak, come on a long, skinny Philadelphia roll, and should be covered "wit wiz" — Cheez Whiz, that is. Sought-after steak sandwich destinations include Tony Luke's, Pat's King of Steaks, and Geno's.

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lizlee89 lizlee89 4 years
I went to Geno's and Pat's; which are right across the street from each other and was very disappointed in how dry and ordinary their cheesesteaks were (I was, however, tickeled by the colorful characters at Geno's, awesome Philly accents and all). I was later told that cheese wiz is a must, and not ordering it was the reason for my disappointment. However, cheese wiz, in my opinion, is disgusting. If you're like me; go to Tony Luke's - it's practically in the middle of a freeway but all of their cheesesteaks are amazing and they have cool specialty ones like pepperonni...