Sun-Wed, 11am-2am; Thu-Sat, 11am-3am
A, C, E at 42nd St.-Port Authority Bus Terminal; 1, 2, 3, 7, N, Q, R, S at Times Sq.-42nd St.
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30th St. to 54th St., Sixth Ave. to Twelfth Ave.
This cheesesteak-centric spot may have a new name and décor, but the former Tony Luke’s is still serving Philly-style steak sandwiches to unapologetic carnivores. Located right by Port Authority, the sports-bar-like space—glammed up with red walls and chrome tables—features eight microbrews on tap and several plasma TVs, making it a convenient place to catch a post-work game. But the main attraction is the thinly sliced sirloin cheesesteak served in true Philadelphia fashion: on a freshly baked hoagie (shipped in from Philly) with fried onions and plenty of cheese. You can choose provolone, American, or the classic Whiz. Other guilt-inducing menu options include the roast pork special, burgers, and sides like cheese fries, fried mozzarella triangles, and wings. Just don’t expect to have a quiet conversation: In addition to simultaneous sports-game screenings, a D.J. spins from his laptop.Recommended Dishes
Cheese steak sandwich, $9-$11; roast pork special sandwich, $11