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The original six-seater takeout place on Colorado Boulevard was founded by a guy from Pennsylvania, and even though it's now owned by folks from South Jersey, they still know how to make a real Philadelphia cheesesteak. All in all, it's a perfect sandwich in every way. As an added bonus, there's a limited selection of Tasty Kakes available at the counter.
Im from PA and Taste of Philly is the closet thing to "real cheesesteaks" that I have tasted in Colorado. They also have tastey cakes and Utz chips and preztels (which you can only get back east). So its kinda like being on the east coast but out west.... Good stuff!
The guys behind the counter got my order wrong three times -- but from past experience eating at the Taste of Philly on Colorado Boulevard in recent months, I knew that three attempts was about average for getting the correct order in the correct... More »
Bested of Denver: When compiling the Food and Drink portion of the annual Best of Denver, my toughest task is keeping up with the places that either close two weeks before the issue comes out, lose the chef who made the kitchen cook, or drop the... More »
From top to bottom, the taste of Philly is exactly what Taste of Philly delivers. The little storefront looks like an authentic East Coast operation with its tiny dining room, Eagles pennants and requisite framed pictures of Rocky Balboa. The counter is always crowded, the six tables cluttered with dine-in customers and people waiting for their to-go orders. The cooler right across from the register is packed with cans of birch beer and bottles of black-cherry Wishniak, and there are... More »
Taste of Philly is a little storefront operation that looks, feels and smells more like a real Philly joint than some places actually operating in sight of Independence Hall -- from the cramped seating (six tables set nearly on top of each other) and counter that opens straight onto the tiny galley kitchen, to the Tastykakes by the register and the birch beer in the cooler by the door. The walls are hung with the requisite East Coast paraphernalia -- Eagles pennants and framed posters of... More »
The founder of Taste of Philly, a six-seater joint, came from Yeadon, Pennsylvania, and its new owners are from South Jersey -- but that's okay, because Jersey is a lot closer to Philly than, say, Littleton or Lyons. The space is decorated in East Coast-refugee style, with a bunch of Philadelphia paraphernalia tacked up on the limited wall space, including the requisite framed print of Rocky Balboa. More important, Taste of Philly's Philly delivers the true taste of a Philadelphia... More »
Yo, Philadelphians know that most "Philly-style" steaks are crap. Gourmet steaks loaded with fancy veggies served on a toasted baguette may be what we'd like to think they're eating in the City of Brotherly Love, but they're not. They're devouring crumbly grilled meat, American or Provolone cheese, and maybe some fried onions or peppers piled high on a soft, chewy roll. And at Taste of Philly, which is owned by some Pennsylvania transplants, they know that. Their uncomplicated steaks and... More »
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