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You go to the Victor Cafe completely for the experience.  The food is fine but it is not what you'll remember.  It is for Mario Lanza what the Brickskellar was for beer (and better maintained).  Victor's is as Philadelphia as Geno's, Pat's or Jim's.

Francoluigi's High Note Cafe, on Tasker St. just a block south of Victor's, has a more relaxed, less tourist-driven atmosphere with live music and opera-singing waiters as well. The food is better with bigger portions and you can eat without pressure from the staff to turn the tables over. The singing is accompanied by live musicians at the High Note, unlike Victor's where the waiters sing to piped in music through the speaker system. There's a pizzeria counter when you first walk in the door. Make sure to head into the separate back dining room if you want the music and dining.

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There's a pizzeria counter when you first walk in the door. Make sure to head into the separate back dining room if you want the music and dining.

I hate myself for wanting a piece of this pizza.

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