Pat's King of Steaks to serve chicken cheesesteaks, breakfast for 1st time in 94-year history

Wednesday, May 8, 2024
Philly's iconic Pat's King of Steaks reopens with new menu items
A popular Philadelphia cheesesteak destination is reopening after undergoing a full renovation -- and they are serving up new menu items!

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- A popular Philadelphia cheesesteak destination is reopening after being closed for four months to undergo a full renovation.

To celebrate the reopening, Pat's will also host a block party with live music on Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Third-generation owner Frank Olivieri said the investment in infrastructure is the first renovation in Pat's King of Steaks 94-year history of the business.

The long-time team at Pat's spent the last few months working out of a food truck to keep the 24-hour operation going and just moved back into a newly renovated building.

Olivieri said the interior has been gutted and redone for more functionality.

The Philadelphia staple is also expanding its menu. For the first time, Pat's will be serving up chicken cheesesteaks and even breakfast sandwiches!

Pat's King of Steaks is reopening after a full renovation and will now be serving breakfast at the iconic Philly cheesesteak spot.

Pat's announced that from 6 a.m. to 11 a.m., customers can order a breakfast sandwich served up on Aversa's Bakery roll with all the fixings.

A special menu item called the "Widowmaker." It features eggs, your choice of cheese, as well as hash browns. True to its name, it also comes with add bacon, pork roll, sausage, and steak, wit or wit-out onions.

"As we ready to celebrate our 100th year in business it was important to invest in our infrastructure," said third-generation owner Frank Olivieri in a press release. "Our longstanding team, many of which have been with us for over 35 years, are excited about the new kitchen, and our customers that have been coming by are looking forward to helping us welcome this new era and try the new item."

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