Ishkabibble’s South Street Cheesesteaks

Ishkabibble’s South Street Cheesesteaks (Photo: Ishkabibble’s)

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Ishkabibble, his pink-and-yellow vendor has been cooking up cheesesteaks and chicken cheesesteaks since 1979. They also operate a second location less than two blocks away. Favorites include Spanish fries and the original Gremlin, a half-lemonade, half-grape-juice concoction. 337 South Street, (215) 923-4337; 517 South Street, (215) 922-0494, ishka-philly.comPhiladelphia's South Street - Ishkabibble, his pink-and-yellow vendor has been cooking up cheesesteaks and chicken cheesesteaks since 1979. They also operate a second location less than two blocks away. Favorites include Spanish fries and the original Gremlin, a half-lemonade, half-grape-juice concoction. 337 South Street, (215) 923-4337; 517 South Street, (215) 922-0494, ishka-philly.com

Ishkabibble's is the name of a big band song by Merwyn Bogue and a Yiddish expression that roughly translates to "Do I look like I care?" The regional take marries crispy fries (frozen isn't always the worst thing when it comes to fries) with sweetly fried onions and slices of red and green hot peppers. Opt for a few pumps of Whiz out of a heated can to top them off and you've got a low-brow plate with a combination of flavors and textures that is downright intriguing. If you're looking for the full Ishkabibble's experience, pair your Spanish fries with a Gremlin, a murky combo of lemonade and grape drink.


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