A DP (stands for “Downtown Philly”) cheesesteak is on par—and I’m not blowing steak smoke here—with the best The City of Brotherly Love has to offer. What makes DP’s Salt Lake City’s cheesesteak champ? First, a DP cheesesteak starts out with sliced-to-order rib-eye steak, just like the big boys. Second, you can get the restaurant’s cheesesteak slathered with Cheez Whiz (there’s also American or Provolone for wimps), just like you would in Philly. Third: the bread. It’s true that there’s no substitute for the Amoroso rolls used for cheesesteaks in Philly. However, the Stoneground Bakery rolls used at DP Cheesesteaks are awfully good—a bit denser and more rustic than Amoroso’s, but an excellent roll nonetheless. And DP stuffs those rolls to the hilt with perfectly grilled and chopped steak. If you’ve ever had a Jim’s cheesesteak from Philly’s South Street and loved it, then you’re also gonna love DP’s. Located just east of the Wells Fargo Building downtown Salt Lake City.

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