Trains helped make America, delivering supplies to tame the West, cattle to fatten the East, and Don Cornelius to soul-starved households nationwide. Now feeding you from a stranded dining car, Steak and Bagel Train
Situated in a completely rehabbed rail car that'd been abandoned for years, the new SBT's serving up greasy spoon staples in an interior with red and wood-paneled walls, a tile floor, and a smattering of two-/four-tops sitting opposite a wood and glass counter/prep area with every available inch covered in photos of bygone Philly relics, like the World's Fair buildings, old theaters, and "pride". Breakfast-y goods include bagels topped with just about anything meat-, fruit-, or cheese-based, a Meat Lovers wrap packed with ham, bacon, sausage, American, and cheddar, and morning sammies including one with egg whites, roasted red peppers, spinach, and Provolone called the Pita Express, the switch to which's probably why Seth Rogen's skinny now. Lunch-eatin's sandwich-oriented: cheesesteaks, the Maryland Crabwich (jumbo crab cake with Swiss), wraps like the cranberry chicken salad, the Greek (grilled chicken and feta), and an off-menu BBQ Chicken job, plus you can pick roast beef, turkey, or Romanian Pastrami to put on a "special" with slaw, Swiss, and Russian dressing -- which in America, you can eat, but in Russia, dressing eat you
Unpretentious/delicious sides include fries and chips, while drinks mean Pepsi products, teas, and fruit juices. Future plans include probably-a-good-idea A/C, meaning all that's left is finding a place to cut the (peace, love, and) hole.