Philly’s Center City Beer Wonderland also Makes a Spicy Meatball

The Corner Foodery on 17th and Sansom is a genius combo of things that Philly loves,  beer and sandwiches. The beer store/ food combo comes by a collaboration of beloved neighborhood take out beer spot, The Foodery and the chef of  The Corner.

Hot sandwiches and cold cut hoagies are available with a few anti pasti options. You may take your food and beer to go, or you can eat at the tables provided.

Sandwiches come with Utz potato chips and a pickle. The meatball sandwich ($10) was recommended, because the sauce and meatballs are both made there.

The hefty sandwich is loaded with the vibrant marinara sauce and an extremely generous amount of Parmesan. The super sauce overshadowed the meatballs a bit, but I could tell at least they were moist and cheese stuffed. There was more than a hint of spice coming from either the meatballs or sauce, so look out.

The Corner Foodery is open for lunch and dinner every day of the weekend, including a pretty awesome bunch deal on the weekends ($5 for a breakfast sandwich and a beer), so there is no excuse not to stop by. Unless you hate beer and sandwiches, which in that case, you should probably just move out of this city.

THE + (What somebody who likes this place would say)

  • Big sandwiches, hot or cold
  • All the beer

THE – (What somebody who doesn’t like this place would say)

  • I  am gluten intolerant

The Corner Foodery, 1710 Sansom St, 215 567 1500



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