Hots has moved up town. That's his old location on
right, a shack of a place. Directly above, Johnny's
sparkling new digs, a couple of blocks north.
great grilled hot sausage. That's the breakfast
version of the hot sausage above, mixed in with a fried
egg and sauteed onions and green peppers. A fine
is proud of his hot dogs too. "They make that
bun just for me. It's like a dinner roll, not to
crusty." He's right. It's the perfect hot
dog at the top is the Philadelphia Surf and Turf. A
fish cake is grilled, split and mashed in with the
dog. Thought that bit of tradition had died out when
Levis' on 6th Street closed, but Johnny keeps it
Stopped by again.
Johnny was boasting about his cheesesteak. Beef is
prime, hanging beef, top round, from the meat wholesaler
a block away. Sliced fresh each morning.
Grilled and piled on a non-traditional torpedo roll.
One of the best in the city.