By Travelzoo Staff
With this exclusive offer, Travelzoo subscribers can save more than 30% on a ticket to CityEat's Third Annual Cheesesteak Challenge: High Steaks! Block Party, featuring top Philadelphia area chefs like David Boyle and Daniel Stern, who take their creative spin on Philly's iconic dish. For $17 per person, receive a ticket to the event hosted at the Hotel Palomar in Center City.
Why we love it
- For $17, Travelzoo subscribers can save 30% on a ticket to an exclusive event from CityEats
- This offer includes unlimited cheesesteak tastings with up to 12 varieties to choose from and 2 beers
- Top area chefs like David Boyle of Davio's and Daniel Stern of R2L compete for the viewer's choice award
- This event is held on Oct. 14 from 2-5 p.m. at Hotel Palomar in Center City
Sept. 16, 2012 - Oct. 14, 2012
117 South 17th St.
Philadelphia, PA 19103
- This offer includes:
- Cheesesteak sampling from up to 12 stations including creative takes on traditional dishes from local chefs like pork and chicken confit with truffle aged cheddar in steamed bao buns (last year's winner) and Philly cheesesteak spring rolls with spicy homemade ketchup
- An opportunity to try all the different flavors and vote to pick this year's winner
- Two beers
- The event is held on Sunday, Oct. 14, from 2-5 p.m. at Hotel Palomar in Center City.
The fine print
To purchase tickets, click "Buy Now." Tickets must be booked through the CityEats site. If you are not a registered member of CityEats, guests must register. Select the register tab on the upper right side of the page. Enter your personal information and click "Sign Up." A confirmation email will be sent. Visit the event page. Select 1 person from the drop down for party size and click "buy now." You must sign in with username and password. Enter "Travelzoo" in the promo code box. Enter personal information and credit card information and click "make reservation." A confirmation email will be sent. Please bring ticket included in email for entry to the event. Event is held on Oct. 14 from 2-5 p.m.