POP’S (Pride of Philly Steaks) Cheesesteaks not only serves cheesesteaks, but authentic cheesesteaks. They fly in the main ingredients, like Amoroso’s Bread, from Philadelphia so you’re getting the real deal. They go through 5000 lbs of meat a month, if that tells you anything. Their location was built in 1964 as a Wienerschnitzel. Since then, it’s been a few different restaurants, until Perry Walters decided to open up POP’S Cheesesteaks in July 2002 and have called it home ever since. Open 24 hours a day, it’s a great place to be in Sin City where everything is pretty much open 24 hours. After watching the craze of the gourmet food trucks, POP’S has decided in 2011 to hit the road too, feeding hungry foodies around the Vegas area as well. Permanent and mobile locations are the best of both worlds for this type of cuisine.
#32 Peppers & Mushroom Cheese Steak is grilled sliced beef with grilled peppers, onions, mushrooms, and your choice of cheese. This is the best cheesesteak I have ever had! I’ve had them in Philadelphia and, I have to say, POP’S is so much better. The meat is to die for! It is cooked to perfection – juicy and full of flavor. The vegetables are cooked with the meat so the uber beef flavor envelops the vegetables like a warm blanket. Just like Pat’s, they served Cheez Whiz. If you’re not a fan, try it on the side first. The provolone cheese melts to a gooey goodness and covers every bit. The Amoroso bread is wonderful. It has a sturdy crust on the outside, light and airy on the inside. It has a subtle french/sourdough taste to it which works great with the steak. Thumbs up, way up!
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