Among the many highlights at this massive, multiethnic food market: Beiler's doughnuts, Miller's Twist buttery pretzels, Tommy Dinic's roast pork and Amish meals at Dutch Eating Place. On weekends, due to crowds, th…
All fried, all day: in the morning, the menu is cake doughnuts and quality coffee. After 11am comes the super-crispy Korean-style fried chicken. There's a branch in University City, next to White Dog Cafe.
The historic Headhouse Shambles, Philadelphia's 18th-century open market hall, comes alive on Sundays during growing season, with more than 40 produce, snack and craft vendors.
Grilled-cheese fans will be bowled over by the options at this 'cheese bistro,' which also has big fresh salads and heartier mains. Two bonuses: BYOB policy and a cute garden.
All fried, all day: in the morning, the menu is cake doughnuts and quality coffee. After 11am comes the super-crispy Korean-style fried chicken.
'Pizza steak' – topped with tomato sauce – is an option, as are cold hoagies. More comfortable than most, with indoor seats and beer.
Modeled after a Tel Aviv snack spot, this closet-size cafe serves ultra-creamy hummus and pickles at communal tables.
Famous for its roast pork sandwich with broccoli rabe and provolone. A veggie-only version is great too.
Pat's invented the cheesesteak, way back in 1930.