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DUTCH EATING PLACE

tv show: $24 in 24

I went for lunch (the line at Di'nics was too long) so apparently I missed what this place is known for, breakfast.

1200 Arch St, Philadelphia, PA 19107, USA

Cedar Park Cafe

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4912 Baltimore Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19143, USA

Gooey Looie's

tv show: $24 in 24

The cheesesteak was even bigger than I remembered it, and was filled with flavor; if it were halved in size, it would still stand beat the pants off of many other cheesesteaks around here. The turkey hoagie was no smaller and also a scrumptious feast, and my lady's tasty corned beef was about the size of a small accordion. We got all this on Monday, and I'm eating the last of it for dinner tonight, on Thursday. There's just so much of it. A parting note - they don't have bacon. They ALMOST lost a star for not offering bacon. I'm utterly baffled by their lack of bacon. The fact that I'm letting it slide should speak volumes for their food, because let me tell you - I really love bacon.

231 McClellan Street Philadelphia, PA 19148, USA

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Reading Terminal Market

tv show: $24 in 24

The best breakfast place in Philly! Mouth-watering aromas. Produce fresh from the field. Amish specialties. Fresh meats, seafood, and poultry. Unique, hand-made pottery, jewelry and crafts from around the world. The hustle and bustle of a multitude of diverse people. It’s all here in Philadelphia’s historic farmers market, Reading Terminal Market. An exhilarating selection of baked goods, meats, poultry, seafood, produce, flowers, ethnic foods, cookware and eclectic restaurants are peppered throughout the Market. We invite you to explore this unique and extraordinary historic farmers market in Center City Philadelphia.

51 N 12th Street Philadelphia, PA 19107, USA

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Pete's Famous Pizza

tv show: $24 in 24

The meatball stromboli is the best in the city!

116 N 21st Street Philadelphia, PA 19103, USA

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DiNic's

tv show: Adam Richman's Best Sandwich in America

First stop in Philly was to fill our hungry bellies. After watching the Travel Channel, I have noted this place is a must try. Got here around lunch time and there was a huge line that wrapped around Dinic's, but my friends and I decided we will wait. The wait was about 40 minutes, which isn't too unusual for us New Yorkers.

1136 Arch St, Philadelphia, PA 19107, USA

Primanti Brothers

tv show: Adam Richman's Best Sandwich in America

Primanti Bros is a place that almost any foodie has heard of. Though I know many who say there are better places elsewhere, you can't go to Pittsburgh and not have a sandwich from Primantis. This location is the original location in the Strip District and is open 24 hours of the day! Service is good but a bit slow for us. The menu is pasted on the wall and includes all your deli favorites....topped with coleslaw, fries, and tomatoes!

3191 Industrial Blvd Pittsburgh PA

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John's Roast Pork

tv show: Adam Richman's Best Sandwich in America

Our Roast Pork is completely homemade. We use only top-choice pork and bone the meat right on premises. The pork is seasoned according to an old family recipe and is roasted in our commercial oven daily. Try a real homemade roast pork sandwich!

14 Snyder Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19148, USA

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Famous 4th Street Delicatessen

tv show: America's Best

This is the best deli I have been to in Philadelphia hands down. It is everything one would want from an old deli in an old part of the city. Casual, a sense of history, sandwiches the size of your head, GOOD sandwiches. I did not have desert, but by the looks of them, I would have not been disappointed.

700 S 4th St, Philadelphia, PA 19147, USA

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The Galliker Dairy Company

tv show: Crave

The Galliker Dairy Company was founded on March 25, 1914, when Louis Galliker purchased the Shreve Ice Cream Company located in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. The new company was first known as the Galliker Ice Cream Company. Ice cream was the firm's only product until competition forced the company into the milk business in 1925. In the early days, the firm made ice cream at 451-453 Franklin Street and processed milk and had its garage at the corner of Haynes and Sherman Streets, Johnstown. Louis Galliker died in January 1937, and was succeeded by his widow, Pauline H. Galliker, who had been active in the business from its founding.

143 Donald Ln, Johnstown, PA 15904, USA

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Bassetts Ice Cream

tv show: Crave

Best mint chocolate chip ice cream I've ever had. I go now just to get the pints of it. It's a great deal for 4 bucks!

45 N 12th St, Philadelphia, PA 19107, USA

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Daddypops Diner

tv show: Diners Drive-Ins and Dives

Daddypops is the biz! Great old-fashioned inside and homemade old-fashioned food. Crowded but worth the wait!

232 North York Road, Hatboro, PA 19040, USA

The Dining Car

tv show: Diners Drive-Ins and Dives

It's been a long time since I've eaten in the diner side (that's because my all-time favorite NE Philly diner is the Liberty Bell), but I needed a pie, and Dining Car makes their own everyday including awesome loaves of bread.

8826 Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19136, USA

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Silk City Diner

tv show: Diners Drive-Ins and Dives

I've been going to Silk City since like 2003 and for some reason I have never written a review. Back in college, we went here all the time to go dancing. Before they re-did the diner part, the food was really simple diner food. Nowadays the food is a little fancier, but you still get to sit in the old school metal diner car. I only wish there was more seating.

435 Spring Garden Street, Philadelphia, PA 19123, USA

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Lo Bello's

tv show: Diners Drive-Ins and Dives

My first trip to Pittsburgh, I stayed in Coraopolis and wanted some spaghetti and the GPS pulled this place up but they were closed that day, but a cute little place.

809 Fifth Avenue, Coraopolis, PA 15108, USA

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