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Taylor Charles Steak & Ice may be gone, but cheesesteaks are making a comeback at all Taylor Gourmet locations beginning today. Owners Casey Patten and David Mazza closed their H Street NE cheesesteak spot at the beginning of the year to make way for Pizza Parts & Service. Now, at last, they are making good on their repeated promise that “cheesesteaks are not dead.”
Instead of the mix-and-match cheesesteak options that were available at Taylor Charles Steak & Ice, Taylor Gourmet has just three preset versions of the Philly staple. Each includes a choice of beef ribeye or chicken breast and American or provolone cheese. A classic version comes with meat, cheese, and grilled onions or mushrooms. There’s also a cheesesteak with cherry pepper mayo, lettuce, roma tomato, and red onion, and another with marinara sauce and pepperoncini. All the cheesesteaks are $9.99.
Check out the full fall/winter menu below.