Federoff’s is not a large place. In fact, it’s just a narrow room with no tables whatsoever and a couple of stools along each wall. But it’s important that you come here and get yourself a sandwich. That’s pretty much all they serve here, and the cheesesteak dripping with bright orange dairy product is our favorite thing on the menu. The roast pork sandwich with broccoli rabe and whole cloves of garlic is another intelligent way to spend your money - but if you get here early and aren’t yet ready for ridiculous amount of meat, we highly suggest the BEC with Taylor Ham.
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