Geno’s was founded by one of Philly’s own, Joey Vento in 1966. The man had two boxes of steaks, a few hot dogs, and $6 in his pocket when he turned on the grills at 9th and Passyunk. Neighboring joints predicted he’d last six months, tops. Joey didn’t listen. He stuck to what he knew and what he knew was steaks. Joey learned the ropes working in his old man’s steak shop in the 40’s. It was in that kitchen that Joey mastered cooking a steak to mouth-watering perfection and grilling an onion so it had just enough bite.
We specialize in crafting mouth-watering meals and providing superb customer service. Order online for delivery or pickup!
San Roman Tortilleria
Our goal is provide the best quality and freshness in all our products and to give the best service to every single costumer.
About Al Zaytounais an Eastern Mediterranean restaurant officially opened for business on May 26, 2011. You can find in the menu falafel, shawarma kofta, kebab, hummus and baba ghannouj.
Paesano’s Philly Style Sandwiches
We hope that you will visit and indulge your passion for food and friendship.
We are intimate and loud at times, but we have a great time!
Our menu is seasonal and changes every six to eight weeks.
Authentic French flavor, in a cozy space.
George’s Roast Beef
Popular luncheonette known for its roast beef sandwiches.
A quick slice from the window, or a hearty lunch inside, featuring old fashioned and boardwalk style pizza.
Considering the history and success of Sarcone’s bakery, Louis Sarcone, Jr. and his first cousin Anthony Bucci decided to open Sarcone’s Deli in 1997. In retrospect, this has turned out to be a remarkably good decision for Louis and Anthony. Sarcone’s Deli has been a shining star in Philadelphia, earning many accolades in it’s first 10 years of existence. It has become the perfect complement to it’s cornerstore, Sarcone’s Bakery.
Pat’s King of Steaks
“It’s all about the cheesesteak!”
George Sandwich Shop
George Sandwich Shop
900 S 9th Street
Pizza, stromboli, hoagies, salads, oven grinders, gyros, steaks, platters.
935 Washington Ave.
DeLuca’s Villa Di Roma
Good old-fashioned spaghetti joint in the heart of the Italian Market.
Ralph’s Italian Restaurant
A tradition for over 100 years, owned and operated by the fourth generation of the Dispigno family.
Charming neighborhood BYOB that offers creative comfort food in a warm and friendly atmosphere.
Four generations of bringing you fresh seafood, in our mini seafood supermarket, restaurant, and bar.