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And now...The 100 Best Things to Eat in Philadelphia

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Since San Francisco and New York have had their turn, here's some love for Philadelphia food:

1. Roast pork with broccoli rabe (and sharp provolone) from Tony Luke's
2. Sarcone's rolls
3. Hot chocolate (I like the spicy one) at the Naked Chocolate Cafe
4. Salumeria's hoagies (Reading Terminal Market)
5. Cheesesteak, of course; open to debate, of course, as to the source
6. Cake from Bredenbeck's in Chestnut Hill
7. Capogiro gelato (love the herbal ones, like rosemary honey)
8. Fresh, hot soft pretzels
9. Black bean soup at Tequila's
10. Cheese fries--mozzarella version--from my neighborhood place (very occasional vice!)

I could go on, but I'll just leave with shout-out to the Philadelphians and visitors on here to join...(Suki? Birdie? Thin?...and all the rest :) )

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