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Seattle Cheesesteak Options Dwindle After Philadelphia Fevre Closes in the C.D.

At least we still have Tat's.

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The more than 30-year-old Philadelphia Fevre has shuttered in the Central District, reports CHS. The Madison St. restaurant was founded by Renee LeFevre in 1983; it's unclear whether a second location in Renton remains in business.

With Philadelphia Fevre's closure, Seattle is down to a measly four cheesteakeries. Cheesesteak eaters can still bust their guts at a few other restaurants, albeit with less history: Tat's in Pioneer Square (and on wheels,) The Original Philly's in Beacon Hill, Calozzi's downtown and in Georgetown, and Philly Boys in the I.D. Did we miss anyone? More importantly, can someone please open a new cheesesteak shop?

Philadelphia Fevre

2332 E Madison St, Seattle, WA 98112 (206) 323-1000 Visit Website

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