|Current owner(s)||Steve Kotridis|
|Previous owner(s)||William Dalessandro|
|Food type||Cheesesteaks and other sandwiches|
|Street address||600 Wendover St|
Italian American William Dalessandro opened Dalessandro's in 1960 on Ridge Avenue in Roxborough. In 1961, the restaurant moved to its current location at Henry Avenue and Wendover Street. In 2009, former food cart operator Steve Kotridis and his wife, Margie, bought the business from the Dalessandro family.
The restaurant finished runner-up to Jim's Steaks South Street location in Philadelphia Business Journal's poll for best cheesesteak in the region. Niki Achitoff-Gray and Ed Levine of Serious Eats applauded Dalessandro's meat as the "real prize".
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