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Johnny's Hots


1234 N Delaware Ave, Philadelphia
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Whether you’re team spinach or team broccoli rabe (debate amongst yourselves) or your out-of-town friend can’t compute that although it’s on a hoagie roll, it’s not a hoagie, the roast pork at Fishtown's Johnny Hots is so good that any sandwich argument will disappear. For just $10, you can get a generous amount of perfectly salty meat and beautifully balanced out by the slightly sweet, soft roll. To create a classic roast pork, you’ll have to pay for add-ons ($1 each for sharp provolone, broccoli rabe, or spinach), and they have more topping options than Katy Perry has hits. But with their pork as the base, classic is the way to go.   

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