Mike's BBQ | Schmitter from McNally’s

One of my fav and underrated cheesesteaks in the city is the “Schmitter” from McNally’s

Schmitter from McNally’s Mikes BBQ

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Philadelphia, PAMikes BBQ in South Philly - Mike's BBQ in South Philly has done it again with its tribute to the McNally's Schmitter. Get it while you can on Thursday and Fridays at Mikes BBQ at 1703 S 11th St, Philadelphia, PA 19148.


"One of my fav and underrated cheesesteaks in the city is the “Schmitter” from McNally’s ... we pay homage this Thursday & Friday!! Smoked Brisket, Smoked Salami, Cooper Sharp Whiz, Fried Onions, Tomato, Special Sauce" Mike's - BBQ Instagram Post About Mikes BBQ

About Mike's BBQ South Philly

Mike's BBQ is located blocks away from Passyunk Ave., in the old South Philly Barbacoa location. Mike Strauss, co-owner of the Taproom on 19th, a few blocks away, started preparing his style of BBQ to close friends and family members for several years. Shortly after launching the taproom/gastropub in South Philly, they began offering trial samples of his Bar-b-que to customers, which clamored for even more! See More... Mike's BBQ Opens at S 11th St, Philadelphia, PA


Smitter at Mike BBQ


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