It’s mostly known as an East African restaurant and low-key neighborhood bar, but West Philly mainstay Gojjo is also the site of some inspired cheesesteak-centric cultural synergy. In addition to traditional Ethiopian fare (kitfo, shiro wot, several types of tibs), they do steaks—including one done up in berbere, the fiery crimson spice blend essential to Ethiopian cuisine. The place fits right into the fabric of Cedar Park, a diverse and slightly left-of-center neighborhood in a diverse and slightly left-of-center city.
4540 Baltimore Ave
|Cross street:||between S 45th and 46th Sts|
|Opening hours:||Daily 4pm–2am|