Cheesesteaks at Mudhen Brewing in Wildwood

Cheesesteaks at Mudhen Brewing in Wildwood

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Mudhen BreweryPhiladelphia, PA - I am glad the crowds finally thinned out so I could try MudHen Brewing Company. I had kind of a guest eater, my oldest daughter Jordan. She got a chicken sandwich, so she was kind of a guest eater.   The first thing I liked about MudHen is that it is huge but sectioned off nicely, so it doesn’t feel huge. It is going to take a few minutes to get to the bathrooms. Footnote, if you need to use the bathroom, don’t wait.


Cheesesteaks at Mudhen Brewing

The next thing I liked was that they had a fruity sour on draft. I enjoyed my fruity sour. I got the cheesesteak. It comes on a roll that is toasted panini-style. I really liked the roll. I like my rolls toasted and think places with a sub-standard roll can really help themselves (and their roll) with a bit of toasting. It comes with provolone cheese.

I don’t know how they did it, but the cheese had a great melt. There was a good amount of cheese but a little bit of a distribution problem. I ate the cheesy half. The meat was covered in cheese but didn’t get lost in the cheese. The beef had a good flavor and was easy to eat. The caramelized onions and wild mushrooms added great flavor. They were perfectly portioned to compliment the meat and cheese without fighting for attention.

It comes with house chips. Jordan liked her chicken sandwich. She upgraded to waffle fries. The food came out quickly. I did have a little sticker shock when I saw the cheesesteak was $16 and her sandwich with fries was $19. I guess we were in a resort town. It is winter but what are you going to do. We did enjoy ourselves. Jordan liked it so much she is going there for New Year’s eve.



Philadelphia Cheesesteak Adventure at MudHen Brewing Company, 127 W Rio Grande Ave, Wildwood, NJ. Scored 90/100.



Drive TO 1,000! 989 Different cheesesteaks eaten in the last 4 years. I’ll be at 1,000 different cheesesteaks by the end of the year. I love guest eaters; DM me to join me. Actually, I will join you at your favorite spot.


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Jim PappasThe Philadelphia Cheesesteak Adventure -   Hi, my name is Jim Pappas, and I have eaten hundreds of different cheesesteaks in the last year. A year ago, on May 16, 2018, I started my Philadelphia Cheesesteak Adventure to find the ultimate cheesesteak. To see more great cheesesteak places, check out my website at The Philadelphia Cheesesteak Adventure.

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