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Cheesesteak Takeover Begins at Taylor Gourmet

Too lazy to travel to H Street? Here is how to try Taylor Charles cheesesteaks closer to home.

Pick up one of these at Taylor Gourmet shops this week. Photograph by Scott Suchman.

Everyone loves the Atlas District—and also loves to exaggerate about what a pain it is to get there. (The lament is so common, it earned a line in the now-classic “Shit People in DC Say” video). So if you are curious about the cheesesteaks from Taylor Gourmet sister spot Taylor Charles Steak & Ice—but have not made it to H Street to try one—now is your chance.

Beginning Tuesday, May 28, at 11 AM, Taylor Charles will make 50 cheesesteaks at four of its DC Taylor Gourmet stores. Choose a rib-eye steak or a version with chicken breast. They are available with or without onions and with your choice of cheese (homemade whiz, white whiz, provolone, or American.) Bonus: You get a free Italian ice with the purchase of a steak or a salad. If you would like some background on Taylor Charles, read our full review and watch the adjoining video interview with co-owner Casey Patten.

Sandwiches are doled out on a first come, first served basis; see the schedule after the jump.

Tuesday, May 28
Store: 624 E Street, Northwest, in Penn Quarter

Wednesday, May 29
Store: 1200 19th Street, Northwest, in Dupont Circle

Thursday, May 30
Store: 1908 14th Street, Northwest

Friday, May 31
Store: 485 K Street, Northwest, in Mount Vernon Triangle

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