This neighborhood sandwich counter serves Philadelphia-style cheesesteak and pulled pork sandwiches, and sometimes meatball subs. The cheesesteak comes in either hoagie or sandwich format (the hoagie includes vegetables), and your choice of provolone or mixed cheese. Whether or not this is exactly what you'd find in Philadelphia is a question best left up to the experts, but it's certainly a very tasty sandwich.
The pulled pork is greatly improved with the addition of barbecue sauce and pepper sauce, both or which are provided at the four-seat counter area. The meatball sub, on the other hand, is smothered in sauce and could probably use a bit less. Sandwiches come on their own or in combination with cheese-smothered fried potatoes and soft drinks, and take-out service is available all day long.
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