Eat Beat: DP Cheesesteaks

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The Mushroom Pepper Steak is the number one seller at DP Cheesesteaks. The sandwich is packed full of onions, mushrooms, sweet red peppers, with the choice of provolone or cheese whiz. (DP Cheesesteaks)
The Mushroom Pepper Steak is the number one seller at DP Cheesesteaks. The sandwich is packed full of onions, mushrooms, sweet red peppers, with the choice of provolone or cheese whiz. (DP Cheesesteaks)

DP Cheesesteaks, dubbed “Utah’s Cheesesteak Champ” by Salt Lake City Weekly, is packed with authentic Philadelphia flavor straight out of the City of Brotherly Love.

Hours and location 

Hours are Monday—Thursday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Friday—Saturday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., closed Sundays.

The restaurant is located at 1774 N. University Parkway.

Price range 

Plan on spending $6–$11 depending on if ordering chips, a drink or a larger steak.

Specialty items 

For the most authentic Philly cheesesteak experience, order the Whiz Steak, Birch Beer and Herr’s chips. The Whiz Steak comes with steak and onions smothered with cheez whiz. The Birch Beer is a specialty soda that is ordered all the way from Pennsylvania. All steak can be swapped for chicken. The restaurant also offers ham and veggie subs. Other specialities include homemade cherry pepper horseradish and jalapeño sauce that customers love with their sandwiches. Employees also recommend the pizza and cream cheese subs.

A word from DP

“DP Cheesesteaks is a touch of the East Coast in Provo. Matt, our manager, has always wanted to deliver authentic, champion cheesesteaks, fast and friendly service and fresh food. DP really delivers that,” said supervisor Lance Gordon.

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