Eating is Living: What's for Lunch in Rome, Ga. TestimonialPosted: Apr 19, 2018
When in Rome, stop by 3-26 Philly & JJ Sumo Grill
Reggie Taylor is a man of many talents. He's always searching, always pushing to learn more. Experience more.
Taylor is a retired electrical engineer at IBM. During his 32-year career, he helped build the IBM Cloud. As a hobby, he earned his pilot's license. As a weekday morning and afternoon activity, he works as a bus driver for the local school district in Rome, Ga.
And since later 2017, he's also a restaurateur.
Taylor, an ACityDiscount customer, is co-owner of JJ Sumo Grill and 3-26 Philly, a combined fast casual spot located at 114 Broad St. Ste. 101 in Rome, Ga.
ACityDiscount's Gary Estwick recently caught up with the food service newbie to talk Philly cheesesteaks, poke bowls and school buses. Check out the video to learn more.
WHY PHILLY CHEESE STEAKS?
"It's always been my sandwich of choice," Taylor said. "I always ordered a Philly cheese steak. I tend to try all the Philly cheese steaks in an area, and then stick to the one I like."(For the business) I started experimenting with my own concept. That's what made me want to open a restaurant."
"The Bus" - 3-26 Philly's signature item - has grilled ribeye steak, white American cheese, mushrooms, onions, pizza sauce, sweet peppers and pepperoncini peppers.
TAYLOR TALKS ABOUT HIS FAVORITE PHILLY - "THE BUS"
"It has everything on it, and it’s delicious. It has all the flavors - the peppers for the heat, the pizza sauce, the cheese, it's tender and juicy... it’s really a great sandwich."
Check out the video on the right learn more about Taylor, as well as 3-26 Philly and JJ Sumo Grill.
Reggie's shopping list at ACityDiscount: