What's cooking? A classic sandwich selection — from turkey and cheese on white bread to a hearty Philly cheesesteak. A line can be found at Gus's for breakfast, too.
They're family: Gus Katseftis and his wife, Joan, along with various family members, fed employees of the Daily News, Inquirer and philly.com for 21 years from Gus' spot next to the company's former headquarters at Broad and Callowhill streets. Convenient, yes, but what kept people coming back was the menu.
Satisfied customers: "It's old-school," said Craig LaBan, Inquirer food critic and frequent Gus' customer. Added Inquirer food editor Maureen Fitzgerald, "He's not trying to be new, or interesting or novel. He's just trying to feed you."