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Re: Philadelphia area [Re: SapperTitan] #8218668 03/29/21 03:11 PM
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Been to Pittsburgh. It's not bad for a big city on the East coast.


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I’ve never been to the NorthEast. Everything I’ve seen looks like a lot of people jammed into a small urban area. I do like a good Philly cheesesteak though.


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I wasn't impressed with the Geno's sandwich, but we went there because we wanted to see what all the rage was. Then after talking with the locals going to pretty much any bar in Philly will be a better representation of a philly cheesesteak sandwich. But if you are there looking for something to do, try it and do it during the day.


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You walk in any food privately owned establishment from Alabama to Texas south of the Mason Dixon line and you're liable to get the best food of your life. And them joints are plentiful. This goes double for south Louisiana.

Re: Philadelphia area [Re: SapperTitan] #8218934 03/29/21 07:07 PM
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One interesting thing up here is that there are a lot of major cities within a short distance. Less than 2 hours from Philly to New York and DC. Where I live in Texas it 2.5 hours to Dallas or San Antonio depending on which part of the city. Things are so much more spread out in Texas and I like it that way.


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Yeah, when I would travel there for work, the best food I would find would be just from walking around and walking into some hole in the wall place. I cant think of a time where I left disappointed.

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