Special resturants and companies are releasing their best sweet deals for National Cheesesteak Day! There are the notoriously most popular ones, Philadelphia cheesesteak and Philly cheesesteak. There are many different kinds of cheesesteaks now: chicken, buffalo chicken, pizza, red peppers and onion cheesesteak and another variation is the “cheesesteak hoagie”, which contains lettuce and tomato and often mayonnaise and much more. Cheesesteak sandwiches is made from thinly sliced pieces of beefsteak and melted cheese in a long hoagie roll. The cheesesteak was developed in the early 20th century “by combining frizzled beef, onions, and cheese in a small loaf of bread,” according to a 1987 exhibition catalog published by the Library Company of Philadelphia and the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. We’ve listed the best deals that you can easily take advantage of. Let us know below how your experience was or if we are missing some, notify us and we will gladly update it!
National Cheesesteak Day Promotions:
- Lenny’s Grill and Subs: get $2 off any size Philly Cheesesteak Sandwich on Friday through Sunday, March 23-25, 2018.
- Philly’s Best Cheesesteaks: get cheesesteak subs for $5.99
- Hwy 55: 25% off coupon
- Geno’s Steaks: spin a chance to win free merchandise and cheesesteaks. Check online to see where your closest locations are!
- Figueroa Philly: will give the first 100 customers in line a free cheesesteak.
Best Places To Eat At:
- Pats: Founded in 1930, Pat’s is the Philly institution credited with creating the city’s namesake sandwich. Opens 24/7, Pat’s is so notorious, the likes of Barack and Michelle Obama visited for a taste in 2008.
- Geno’s: Like its rival, Pat’s, Geno’s is open 24/7 and is such a celebrity magnet that it has a photo gallery of famous people posing with the shop’s epononymous owner who took over when his father, and Geno’s founder, died in 2011.
- Tony Luke’s: Signature take on the Philly cheesecake is Black Angus beef. The south Philly location of this counter-service chain was the site of Man v. Food‘s Ultimate Cheesesteak Challenge that pitted that show’s host Adam Richman against founder Tony Luke.
- Boo’s Philly Cheesesteaks: known as the home of “the most authentic Philly cheesesteak in Los Angeles”. Owner Andrew Ahn came to L.A. by way of Philly with the dream of becoming a filmmaker. Boo’s currently has three locations in Silver Lake, Koreatown, and Inglewood.
- Shorty’s: New York City cheesesteak joint, claims that what makes or breaks a cheesesteak sandwich is the bread, which is why it imports its all-important rolls directly from Philly. With four locations throughout NYC, you’re probably not far from your next cheesesteak fix–and 20+ beers on tap–no matter where you are.
- Jim’s Steaks: has been serving up Philly’s favorite sandwiches since 1939. The shop still operates in its original location on North 62nd Street in West Philadelphia but has since expanded to northeast Philadelphia and suburban Springfield in Delaware County.
- Dalessandro’s Steaks & Hoagies: Fans go for the fluffy, chopped-up cheesesteak with cheese sauce and fried onions. The sandwiches cost $9 each.
- John’s Roast Pork: John’s is another shop that opened its doors in the 1930s and has remained a mainstay. Its $9.25 cheesesteak always gets recognized as among the best in the city, and it rivals the sandwich that the shop is actually named for.
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