Geno's Steaks, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

1219 S 9th St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19147

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Address: 1219 S 9th St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19147

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Phone: 215-389-0659
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Submitted by: Michael L.

So we headed down here and my wife and daughter went and ordered Geno's and I ordered Pat's since this was their first time eating Philly Cheese steak s...

Submitted by: Gabriela R.

Took a drive with my family from New Jersey to Philadelphia.  Obviously, we checked out the tourist sites but one of the main reasons I wanted to go to Philadelphia was for the cheesesteaks.  Anyways, when we got here my husband got the c...

Submitted by: Jordan F.

I've been coming here since I was a kid and could barely see over the counter. It's a right of passage if you live in South Philly. You can't just order anytime of way. You have to say you want it wiz wit. I know it s...

Submitted by: Gord M.

For the record, I went knowing it was a tourist trap, but it was still worth it for the Whiz, baby. I'd say that Geno's is a stop worth making if you're from out of town and looking for your first cheese steak. The reality is, you're probably going to kick around the ...

Submitted by: Ashley S.

Barely better than Pat's in my opinion. Bread was actually warm. Meat was tender enough and flavor was ok, and I went with the cheesewhiz. And well cheesewhiz is... cheesewhiz. Fake, melted, way too salty cheese-like sauce. Not what my dreams and expectations of what a true Philadelphia cheesesteak would taste like. But still, between my beau and I, in our mini cheesesteak throwndown, Geno's was better overall. However, the criteria for winning this mini throwdown was basically deciding which is less crappy. And holy crap, what a bigot the owner is (presumably, Geno). He had stickers/signs/posters posted saying great things like, "You're in AMERICA, order in ENGLISH", along with other pretty obvious stabs at...

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