Philadelphia, PA - The busy Reading Terminal Market houses more than 80 vendors of farm-fresh produce, meats, cheeses, herbs, and ready-to-eat meals—from Amish baked goods to Greek fare. It’s also a great spot to feast on Philly’s most famous sandwich: the cheesesteak. The Philadelphia Cheesesteak Adventure has crowned "By George" the "Best Cheesesteak in Reading Terminal Market."
Best Cheesesteak in Reading Terminal
The best thing you will learn on here, Reading Terminal has 2 hours of parking for $4 at the adjacent parking garages. Take your parking ticket and get it validated in the Reading Terminal (after spending $10). Friend of mine were visiting form Oregon so we went to the Reading Terminal and had a Cheesesteak Challenge. The results reveal video, Starring Carole and the Wilts can be seen on YouTube. As I carried the competing cheesesteaks to our seats, it was obvious that the By George cheesesteak was much heavier than the others. We were all worried that the sesame seed bun would fall apart but it did NOT. These stakes have a great amount of flavorful meat. a very good amount of cheese (maybe needed a better melt) as well as extras. By George it was the winner!! - Jim Pappas, Orginaly Published on The Philadelphia Cheese Adventure Website
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Philadelphia's Best of Cheesesteaks Awards - Jim Pappas has eaten over 280 different cheesesteaks in just one year. Jim started gaining notoriety on Indie Philly Radios' popular "Dining on a Dime" as a regular guest on the show. Jim has been featured on Fox Philly's morning show, The Philadelphia Inquirer, and becoming a regular contributor to Philly Bite Magazine.
The 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.