The first sign of a great Philly steak sandwich? The cling-clang of a spatula on a grill. That’s when you know a joint is grilling a Philly the way the cheesesteak gods intended: made to order on a hot griddle.
This summer, I’ve been searching for the perfect Philly cheesesteaks, which are sandwiches built on a sturdy bun, stuffed with chopped, griddled steak and dotted with peppers and onions. Melted cheese turns it into a cheesesteak. They’re named after the city in which they were created.
Back in 2009, I rated Tacoma’s DelBrocco’s and