10 Best Cheesesteak Spots in Pennsylvania

Best Cheesesteak Spots in Pennsylvania

10 Best Cheesesteak Spots in Pennsylvania

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Pennsylvania CheesesteaksPhiladelphia, PA - Pennsylvania, the cheesesteak capital of the world, thanks to Philadelphia, and everyone loves a good Philly Cheesesteak. But where to get the best ones in Pennsylvania? We have you covered with The Best Philly Cheesesteaks in Pennsylvania.

The Pennsylvania Cheesesteak Bucket List

1. Leo's Steak Shop

Leo's has been serving oversized traditional cheesesteaks to the beautiful people of Delaware County since 1974. They are in Folcroft, but if you cross Chester Pike, you will be in Sharon Hill, PA., and I think the Clifton Heights border is nearby.1403 Chester Pike, Folcroft, PA 19032

2. Tony's of West Reading

Tony's of West Reading has long been recognized for its delicious sandwiches. A classic Philadelphia-style sandwich, a cheesesteak consists of sliced beef on a firm Italian roll and may be topped with fried onions. Tony's of West Reading serves up some of Berks County's best cheesesteaks. 449 Penn Ave Rear Suite, West Reading, PA 19611

3. Dalessandro's

The Cheesesteak counter is the main draw of this Philadelphia restaurant. Here you can choose from steaks, hoagies, burgers, salads, and many other tasty options. The Cheesesteak counter is popular among locals, and the Cheesesteaks here are no exception. The cheesesteaks at Dalessandro's are contently in the running for the best in the city, and you'll be tempted to stop by again. 600 Wendover St, Philadelphia, PA 19128

4. Campo's

There's a reason Campo's cheesesteaks in Philly are so famous. This Philadelphia steak shop is renowned for its classic Philly mainstays, including cheesesteaks, Italian hoagies, and stuffed mushrooms. These dishes are affordable and delicious, so choosing between them is hard. Regardless of what you're looking for, you will find a favorite. 3601 S Broad St, Philadelphia, PA 19148

5. Tony and Nick's Steaks

You can't go wrong with a trip to Tony Luke's in South Philadelphia for cheesesteaks. The city is filled with great places to eat, from burger joints to pizza shops, and this counter-serve chain in Philadelphia is no exception. Tony Lukes has been a local favorite for years, and once you try their cheesesteaks, you'll want to go back. 39 E Oregon Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19148

6. Forksville General Store

Twenty-two years ago, Big Mike & Family moved from the hustle and bustle of the city to the quaint historic town of Forksville, Pennsylvania, to live out their dream of running a South Philly-inspired hoagie shop inside a historic general store. Must-Try: The OG Philly - half a pound of grilled steak with or without fried onions & choice of whiz, American, provolone, or sharp provolone cheese. 22 Bridge Street, Forksville, PA 18616

7. Pudge's Steaks & Hoagies

Long-running outfit serving up cheesesteaks & hoagies along with burgers & pasta in a simple setup. Pudge has won numerous awards over the years. 'Best of Philly' award winner was also named 'Best Cheesesteak in Montgomery County. 1510 Dekalb Pike, Blue Bell, PA 19422

8. Lou's Sandwich Shop

This Sandwich Shop is doling out cheesesteaks and other sandwiches along with breakfast fare. This family-owned and operated shop has been around since 1941; Lou's Sandwich Shop is a popular dining establishment on East Main Street in Norristown, especially for cheesesteaks. 414 E Main St, Norristown, PA 19401

9. Carl's Corner

Carl's Corner has been a hometown favorite for nearly 30 years. Initially, Carl and Betsy Souders opened J's Steaks and Subs in 1991. In 1996, Carl decided to do it "his way" and call this local Bethlehem joint "Carl's Corner!" Since then, they've been known for serving up the best cheesesteaks and sandwiches. 2 West Elizabeth Avenue, Bethlehem, PA 18018

10. Port Clinton Hotel

Enduring pick offering guest rooms with Wi-Fi access, plus a homey restaurant & bar. Located in the Port Clinton Hotel, it served as a stagecoach stop between Sunbury and Philadelphia in the early 1800s. Must-Try: The Cheesesteak Special. 231 Center Street, Port Clinton, PA 19549

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Written By: Philly Bite Magazines Staff

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