Cheesesteak Scorecard

We’re fast approaching the Cheesesteak Crawl happening this weekend and I wanted to post a quick update about the scorecard.

I tried to keep the scorecard pretty straightforward for the sake of cheesesteak n00bs and to keep us from spending too much time at each stop. We’re mostly looking at the basic factors that make a decent cheesesteak: roll, meat, cheese, taste, and the collective package. Additionally, we’ll be keeping track of the general ambiance—or in some cases, cleanliness—of the restaurants we’re visiting. I’ve included a handy sidebar detailing what to keep your taste buds aware of and the addresses of each venue for any stragglers.

For those who want to come prepared, or want to stage their own crawl, you can download the scorecard PDF below. I’ll be bringing enough copies and mini pencils for everyone attending.

We’ll be breaking up into smaller eating groups of four or five people, that way we can split cheesesteaks and rotate who’s buying. I’ll probably be skipping breakfast to free up space.

If you plan on attending, make sure to RSVP. There’s a chance of rain on Saturday, but unless it’s a biblical deluge, we’re still on. Bring an umbrella just in case. I’ll email the list of attendees if we need to switch to Sunday. Please arrive on time and bring your cameras to document the gastronomical adventures. I hope to post the results online early next week. See you Saturday!

Download Scorecard PDF

UPDATE: The results are in!


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