Sarcone's Deli

Deli / Bodega, Sandwiches
$ $
736 S 9th St (at Fitzwater St)
Philadelphia, PA 19147
(215) 922-1717
9:00am - 3:00pm
9:00am - 4:00pm
9:00am - 4:00pm
9:00am - 4:00pm
9:00am - 4:00pm
9:00am - 4:00pm
9:00am - 4:00pm



  • Deciding what to order? The Junk Yard Special (turkey, prosciutto, sauted spinach, roasted peppers, sharp provolone, mozzarella, vinegar and oil) starred in an episode of The Best Thing I Ever Ate...
  • The original Sarcones deli has spawned multiple locations, and its easy to see why. Freshly baked seeded rolls are lovingly stuffed in combos like the Italian Market and Junk Yard Special.
  • This classic Philly fixture has been featured on The Food Network & was voted the Best of Philly. Their rolls are so highly coveted you better try to arrive early 'cuz they might run out!
  • Lines can be long at peak times but they move fast and it's more than worth it! Plus, everyone is so friendly!
  • definitely go for the italian. their bread is the best!
  • Old-Fashioned Italian Hoagie. Highly recommended.
  • Love it. The bread really does make the difference.
  • GREAT sandwiches!
  • The roast turkey special with asparagus is really really good. I was surprised how well the roast peppers and asparagus plus everything else went together!
  • Best Italian hoagie I've ever had.
  • Italian Hoagie
  • Great hoagies. Get there early before they run out of bread.
  • Freshest and awesomest italian sandwich you could eat, yummmm
  • Exotic Veggie is the best.
  • Check out Sarcone's Deli as seen on Best Thing I Ever Ate
  • Get the Junk Yard Special. Everything great about the Italian Market (the freshest bread, turkey, prosciutto, sauteed spinach, roasted red peppers, thick sharp provolone and mozzarella) in one hoagie.
  • Joey Chmiko, chef of Court Street Grocers, eats here on his nights off. He loves the The Italian hoagie.
  • Fantastic hoagies made with fresh ingredients and bread from the family bakery just down the street.
  • The Italian Hoagie. Thinly sliced prosciutto, hot capicola, hard salami, provolone cheese, oil, vinegar, lettuce, tomatoes, and onions. They make their own bread, and they even supply it to others.
  • So many hoagie options yet it's still extremely difficult to go wrong. Junkyard and Sinatra are both packed with flavor. And I dream about those rolls.

Nearby places

903 S 9th St (Christian)
900 S 9th St
930 S 9th St (at Hall St.)