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August 2, 2011
From journal The Great Cheesesteak Challenge
San Jose, California
June 26, 2010
From journal Philadelphia June 11-13, 2010
September 11, 2007
From journal Historic Philadelphia
August 2, 2006
From journal Philadelphia Family Fun
June 24, 2006
From journal A Day in Philly
July 7, 2005
Pat's was actually the third place we tried, and we expected we'd be tired of cheesesteaks by that time, but the flavor was definitely the best, especially with the Cheez Whiz!
The ordering process was fun and easy - no line, even around noon.
We will definitely go back (I only wish it could be sooner, rather than later!).
From journal Philadelphia
June 18, 2005
Me and the kids sat down at one of the outside tables at Geno's and my husband joined us, then we divided up sandwiches and began the taste test. Both places are very good and will ruin you for eating them anywhere else, but we all agreed that the sandwich from Pat's King of Steaks was the best. While sitting there, my husband took his Pat's sandwich up to the sauce counter outside of Geno's to put some sauce on it, as he had forgot to get any over at Pat's and did not want to walk across the street. One of the workers behind the counter at Geno's saw him and said, "Hey, you can't put our sauce on their sandwich" - just an example of the rivalry between the cheesesteak sandwiches here in Philadelphia. Both places are open 24 hours a day.
From journal Pat's King of Steaks versus Geno's Steaks
Deptford, New Jersey
August 5, 2003
The menu features traditional fare such as steaks, chicken and fish. Large picture windows provide a pleasant view of one of the city's cobblestoned side streets and the occassional carriage horse passes by.
Food is well-prepared and flavorful. Service is brisk, efficient and friendly. If you're in the neighborhood and looking for a meal, this is a terrific place to stop.
From journal Dinner in Philly
June 9, 2002
From journal A couple days in Philly
October 23, 2001
From journal Pennsylvania: Philadelphia