Food was delicious! Lasagna tops Carrabbas'! Meatball sub superp. Fun restaurant atmosphere that is super interesting (lots of unusual things to see). Friendly, hardworking staff
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Second time I've been here. The food was excellent both times..This time I had a pastrami on rye with double meat 9" with fries we shared. I will be back.
We shared the stuffed peppers, fried pickles, and steak. Everything was good, but none of the three were a chart topper. If you are seeking the steak, remember it is only served on Fridays. It's a cozy venue with a pleasant staff. We plan to...More
Specializing in Hoagies, of course. Excellent sandwiches and tons of great stuff to look at. You could spend the afternoon just looking at the stuff on the walls.
Get the a John Wayne. It is one of the best Philly's I've had . I'm a local and love to go here !! The place is full of old nostalgia stuff as well which is interesting in its on right. The outside does not...More
There are so many great choices that I am not sure where to begin. I have always had a great meal here. If you can make it on Friday night then I would go for the steak.
We heard that they have the best steaks, but we don't eat steaks. We have another favorite; we get the Italian Stallion every time we go. My mouth is watering just thinking about it. We get the 12 inch and split it. For the sides...More
Quirky & eclectic to say the least! Mostly a locals hangout, but that might have changed a bit since it was featured on Daytripper TV show. I don't go there often, so "nobody knows my name". Service has always seemed at arm's length as waitresses...More
When driving by, it looks like a little hole in the wall. Upon entering, it's a piece of history. The memorabilia is everywhere. Some fascinating stuff. The "John Wayne " was as good as any Philly sandwich I have had anywhere. It's cool that they...More