Wit or Witout!?!

Before heading to the airport, we absolutely had to make a pit stop in South Philadelphia ...
at Genos for Philly Cheesesteaks!!! Mmm. Mmm. Mmmmmmm.
When you place an order, the practically accost you by screaming "wit or witout."
My BFF interpreted for me: it means do you want cheese or not. Who wants a cheesesteak without cheese!?! I had mine with ... with cheese whiz!!! Ta-ta for now Philly ... it has been the MOST fun. Xoxo-BLC


  1. I must give you HUGE props for using the correct spelling of "wit" ;)

  2. Hi BLC! glad you enjoyed Philly :) but take it from a local, wit means with onions, and witout, without onions. So you order a "Wiz wit"! yummmm

  3. Ordering a cheesesteak in Philly is really scary! I had my friend do it for me and they STILL yelled at me haha.

  4. Ha! I was thinking the same thing - why would you get it without?! :)

  5. So glad you like Philly AND that you got a steak there! Always get WIT!!


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