What I like most about Campo's is that they bring a bit of South Philly 'tude (attitude) to the hoards of tourists wandering Philadelphia's Old City and Historic District. OK, they're friendly, patient polite and that's not exactly South Philly when it comes to tourists, but standing at the counter you know you're not in Kansas anymore.
Buildings - Retail and Dining
But their hoagies and steaks are South Philly class and then some. They start with a choice of Sarcone's bread - seeded or not and proceed to build some of the best sandwiches in town.