We are planning to spend the weekend in Philly next week. Arriving at the 30th street station on Saturday morning from NYC and leaving Sunday evening. Staying at the Four Points on Race and 12th. So far, the food itinerary is as follows:
Lunch - Reading Terminal on Saturday for DiNic's roast pork sandwich, Dutch Eating Place pancakes, and Miller/Fisher's soft pretzels.
Dinner - Vietnam in Chinatown or go down to South Philly for Geno's and Pat's cheesesteaks (yes, I know it's touristy)? Any other unique Philly restaurants (preferably total of $10-15 for entrees)?
Lunch on Sunday - dim sum in Chinatown or just do the Geno's/Pat's thing then?
Dinner (more likely takeout for the bus) - hoagie (is there a good one near the 30th street station?)
For snacks, we'd probably try Naked Chocolate Cafe or Bonte Wafflerie.
Is there any other must-eat Philly place I'm missing (preferably something we don't have in NY)? I've tried Lacroix and La Colombe during a previous visit.