Build A Cheesesteak

Joe's Cheesesteak

Besides their name change, Joe’s Steaks + Soda Shop made another change that is sure to make Eagles fans very happy.

For the first time in 30 years, they are now open on Sundays. In honor of the new hours and the football season, Joe’s is rolling out a Cheesesteak Kit that launches this Sunday. The ‘Kit’ is an unassembled cheesesteak with portions based on the amount of people to be served, starting at $90 for 10-15 people. The Philadelphia classic platter will include: choice of meat, rolls, cheese of choice, side of onions (fried or raw), side of pickles/peppers and chips. For an addition charge you can add a side of sauce, mushrooms, lettuce and tomato, blue cheese or french fries.

Wash those cheesesteaks down with Joe’s September milkshake of the month – The Eagles Touchdown Sundae. It’s made with vanilla ice cream, peanut butter chocolate swirl, little chocolate peanutbutter fotballs, vanilla syrup, milk and ice cream. It’s topped with whipped cream, chocolate syrup and Reese’s cups crumbles. You can get the shake now through the rest of September at $4.68 a glass.

Build A Cheesesteak
Event Category: Food / Wine
When: September 15, 2013
Time: 10:00am - 7:00pm
Where: Joes Steak and Soda Shop
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