Philadelphia, PA - Are you searching for enormous foods in Philly? How about The Whale, a 14-pound bagel leviathan brimming with smoked salmon and whitefish salad at Spread Bagelry or the 9-pound superhero sandwich, a pile-up of bacon, pork, and cheese at Jake's Sandwich Board. Finish things off with the Car 23, a trolley-shaped loaf of French toast stuffed with berries and cream cheese at the Trolley Car Diner.
The Philly Taco, South Street Sushi, The Lorenzo's and Jim's Challenge - Are you searching for the ultimate Philadelphia frank'enfood, look no further, its The Philly Taco. A combination of a Philly cheesesteak and a slice of pizza. The combo gets its origins on South Street, where foodies of all kinds head over to both Jim's Steaks and Lorenzo's Pizza for their steaks and pizza. Just wrap your Jim's steak in your in your Lorenzo slice, and you just made The Philly Taco or South Street Sushi.
Jake's Sandwich Board - The 100/100, a 24-inch-long tribute to BBQ. Two layers of crispy bacon, a hefty mound of succulent pulled pork, hot mayo and several handfuls of provolone — they all come together on a split roll to create a 9-pound sensation.
Spread Bagelry - The Whale, a massive bagel. Piled from top to bottom with whitefish salad, buttery lox, and ruby-red sliced tomatoes, this enormous morning meal tips the scales at a monstrous 14 pounds.
Trolley Car Diner - Car 23, a trolley-shaped colossal loaf of stuffed French toast happiness. This enormous breakfast is a half-foot tall and features layers of cinnamon-raisin bread and sweetened cream cheese spread, laced with fresh fruit.