There are few things that satisfy a sandwich craving like a Philly cheesesteak. In one delicious sitting, it can wipe out a level 10 hangover, conquer a hunger that’s lingered more than a day, and do it all for under $10. Check, check, and check at Frank from Philly, where a Philly cheesesteak is as close as you’ll get to the genuine East Coast article around here. The family behind the shop hails from Sicily by way of Philly, and pizza and the famed sandwich exist side-by-side at this campus grab-and-go. But don’t be confused: The meat is real tenderloin, the cheese is real “Whiz,” the bun is a Philly roll from Amoroso’s, a century-old bakery synonymous with the cheesesteak tradition, and the onions are diced, not sliced. Any other way, and you’re not eating a cheesesteak, says Antonio Gambino, owner of the shop. Any other way, and you’re not eating our pick for best sammie of the year.