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Real cheesesteak in Utah!




My prayers have been answered! DP Cheesesteaks of South Jordan and American Fork (not a chain) serves up the REAL DEAL: Cheesteaks worthy of Pat's, Jim's, Tony Luke's and Geno's of Philadelphia. In fact, to my tastebuds (and I just spent the past 4 days cheesesteaking in Philly) DP (for "Downtown Philly") cheesesteaks beats Geno's all to hell. Fans of Jim's will, I think, especially like DP's steaks, right down to the gloppy Whiz. TastyKakes, Kerr's potato chips and Birch beer, too. Lord be praised!