South of Philly meets South Walton: Where the cheesesteak reigns supreme

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Deborah Wheeler | The Sun
Published: Thursday, March 21, 2013 at 04:15 PM.

 

Originally opened as A Few Good Apples three years ago, owner Jeremy Price found a change might be in order as his hottest-selling menu item was consistently his Philly cheesesteak.

Price did some tweaking of his menu and reopened his Seagrove eatery Feb. 4 as South of Philly, specializing in Phillys, burgers, and more.

"Since the biggest selling item was our Philly cheesesteak, we just changed our menu to gravitate more toward what our customers wanted, and decided a name change would be appropriate," he said.

However, visitors to the beach who are staying for a length of time won't become bored if they decide to pop in and eat with Price every day. In addition to his most popular Philly cheesesteak, he also offers a Philly chicken cheesesteak, both of which are served with American cheese; onions, and peppers or mushrooms may be added. There are also gyros, and burgers may be ordered in the barbecue bacon, mush Swiss, Mexicali, or blue cheese varieties.

There are also quesadillas offered with steak or chicken, pico, or queso cheese.

Pulled-pork tacos are served with slaw or melted cheese, and Caribbean shrimp tacos come with slaw and roasted red peppers.



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