Philadelphia Restaurants


Tony Luke's

Tony Luke's Review

The original location—nearly under I–95—earned such a reputation from truckers who stopped for huge beef or pork sandwiches with Italian greens and cheese that locals finally caught on and adopted the dinerlike establishment for their own. The lines are long, though they move quickly, and seating (outside only, under cover) is relatively scarce; still, people flock here from early morning to closing time for generous breakfasts and tasty sandwiches. For large orders, it's possible to call ahead for takeout.

    Restaurant Details

  • No credit cards.
  • Closed Sun.
Updated: 05-19-2011

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