Food trucks are like rolling marvels of deliciousness. You know you’re in for a treat when you see one parked in the corner or at a local event. Recently, Hollywood star Bradley Cooper teamed up with Danny DiGiampietro, the owner of Angelo’s Pizzeria in South Philadelphia, to launch Danny & Coop’s food truck. Angelo’s Pizzeria posted a video on Instagram showing Cooper serving Philly cheesesteaks. In the footage, the actor greets viewers with a smile, saying, “Good morning, ‘Brad’ heads! Come on down, have a cheesesteak!”
The person behind the camera mentions the newly opened “Danny and Coops” brand, which is also emblazoned on the hoodies of everyone working inside the truck. They reveal their location as West Third Street near Sixth Avenue in New York’s Greenwich Village. Watch the video here:
The sight of Bradley Cooper casually serving food from a truck left viewers in awe. One user commented: “Bradley Cooper just casually slinging cheesesteaks ok.”
Another expressed: “Didn’t make it but I’ll always wonder how good these cheesesteaks really are,” while a third joked: “I’ve got a broken foot but tell him I’m jumping on my scooter at 76. Me” I’ll be there in 18 hours save one for me!!!!”
Foodies came in and expressed their desire to see Danny and Coop’s Cheesesteaks food truck in Philadelphia as well. “Why New York? We live in Philly,” wrote one user. Another user demanded, “Do this in PHILLY for the love of God.”
Bradley Cooper’s rumored girlfriend Gigi Hadid was also seen next to the order window with a large brown bag of goodies from the truck, while the star’s ex Irina Shayk was also visiting.
Gigi Hadid is seen visiting rumored boyfriend Bradley Cooper cooking up Philly cheesesteaks inside a Danny & Coop’s food truck in New York City. pic.twitter.com/BBnBJHb9Jp– a lie ???????? (@belzsbaby) December 6, 2023
According to a report published by Philadelphia Inquirer, Bradley Cooper and Danny DiGiampietro started Danny and Coop’s Cheesesteaks to bring the taste of Philadelphia to the streets of New York. Although the food truck made waves in New York, DiGiampietro assured everyone that the cheesesteaks offered an authentic taste. Their brief stay in the Big Apple was more of a culinary road trip, testing the waters to see if New Yorkers would fall in love with Philadelphia’s signature dish.