Posted by Foobooz on August 10th, 2007
Frommer’s gives a list of the world’s best street food and includes a section on the best Cheesesteaks from street vendors in Philadelphia.
Albert Yee of MessyAndPicky.com picks the stand at 50th St. and Baltimore Ave., out in West Philly: “It’s a ‘steak on the skinny side, not overstuffed, but with a good amount of juiciness from the oil and steak fat.” (Steak fat is a good thing in the world of cheesesteaks.) David Snyder of PhilaFoodie.com goes with Domenic Dooley’s cart on 9th between Chestnut and Sansom, in Center City: “In addition to a great steak and lively conversation, Dooley gives you something extra: He often breaks out into song a la Frank Sinatra.” Andy Zahn of Philadelphia Magazine recommends Anna’s cart at 18th and Chestnut for cheesesteaks and hoogies (“especially the Chicken Italiano”), and John’s at 18th and Market for cheesesteaks and chicken cheesesteaks.
Editor’s Choice: The World’s Best Street Food [Frommers.com]