The cheesesteak became the official sandwich of Philadelphia because it was the first sandwich fed to the sentient Liberty Bell without making it furiously clang in anger. Feast upon symbolically satisfying eats with today's deal: for $5, you get $10 worth of cheesesteaks, hoagies, and more at Yo! Philly's, located in Alameda. This deal is not valid for online ordering, delivery, or online delivery.
With all its ingredients and snacks imported directly from the East Coast, Yo! Philly authentically replicates the experience of digging into tasty Philly fare without leaving Alameda. Dive into the signature cheesesteak ($7), made to order with thinly sliced meat and melted white cheese on a Amoroso's roll, the sandwich's traditional bread. Those who often bite to the beat of "Eye of the Tiger" can go 12 rounds with the Rocky Balboa ($11), a double steak sandwich that's doused in Cheez Whiz and hot peppers. Other sandwiches include the Philly chicken hoagie topped with cheese, lettuce, and mayo ($8), and the build-your-own option, where steak lovers can pile on a bevy of extras until the cows come home and demand to know what you're doing in their barn ($6.50, base).
Pennsylvanian side dishes such as Wise chips ($1.50) and Tastykake cupcakes ($2) complete the Quaker State dining experience. Step underneath Yo! Philly's striped awning and into its small but convivial storefront, where the shop's friendly staff will take your customizable order. Erase the memories of eating at Huh? Toledo's and Boom! Boise's with some in-your-face Philly cuisine.
Nearly 90 Yelpers give Yo! Philly's Authentic Cheesesteaks an average of four stars:
- No point in visiting Philadelphia anymore because the best Cheesesteaks are now in Alameda. Quality meat, great tasting bread, and cheeze whiz sets this place apart from every cheesesteak place in the Bay Area. – Juan L.
- Yo Philly's Cheesesteaks are very [_sic _] close representation to what you would get from the other coast. Sandwiches overflowing with thin shaved steak in a soft bun. – Phong D.