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Authentic Philadelphia Hoagie Finder

From South Philly to the suburbs, there are go-to hoagie shops in every town and every neighborhood. Whether it’s a traditional combo of spicy meats and fragrant dressing or a creative variation with artisan ingredients, there are plenty of delicious hoagies around. Explore our guide to sought-after hoagies below.
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Primo Hoagies

1528 Ritner Street
Philadelphia, PA 19145
(215) 463-8488
A South Philly shop that’s grown immensely in recent years, Primo Hoagie has elevated the art form with a long list of hoagie variants, including the Turkey Diablo and the Knuckle Sandwich (provolone and roasted peppers).

Lee's Hoagie House

4034 Walnut St
Philadelphia, PA 19104
(215) 622-9684
Started in Mt. Airy, Lee’s Hoagie House now has 17 outposts and has built its empire on simple meat and cheese combinations served on Liscio’s rolls

Slack's Hoagie Shack

2499 Aramingo Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19125
(215) 423-4020
The 15 area locations of Slack’s Hoagies each offer a little something different, but what unites them is the signature Godfather Italian hoagie and a choice of seeded or plain rolls.

Wawa

1707 Arch Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
(215) 977-9558
The official sponsor of HoagieFest and builder of a 4.5 ton sandwich in honor of American troops, local favorite Wawa food markets with locations in five states—take their lunch offerings seriously, allowing customers to build their own in a variety of sizes

Campo's

214 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
(215) 923-1000
An Old City institution since 1947, Campo’s Deli is well situated for visitors of historic sites craving classic hoagies like Italian (salami, ham capacola, peppered ham, pepperoni, prosciutto and provolone) or Italian tuna (oil-packed), available on regular or seeded bread. Sports fans and concert-goers can enjoy the hoagies and cheesesteaks in the Wells Fargo Center, and the Phillies cheering section can find their cheesesteaks in Citizens Bank Park. More good news: They ship to cities nationwide.

Carmen's Famous

12th & Arch Streets
Philadelphia, PA 19107
(215) 592-7799
For those who like their hot peppers hot, Reading Terminal stand Carmen’s Famous Italian Hoagie is the place for an authentic hoagie stuffed with all manner of meats.

Salumeria

12th & Arch Streets
Philadelphia, PA 19107
(215) 592-8150
The Reading Terminal’s elegant cheese emporium Salumeria also happens to be one of Center City’s top-notch outlets for sandwiches. Their Italian hoagie combines imported meats and cheeses layered with roasted red peppers, artichokes and a drizzle of creamy house dressing.

Sarcone's Deli

734 South 9th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147
(215) 922-1717
The original Bella Vista Sarcone’s deli has spawned multiple locations, and it’s easy to see why. At the hoagie mecca, freshly baked seeded rolls are lovingly stuffed in combos like the Italian Market (hot capicola, turkey breast, roasted peppers, sharp provolone) and the Junk Yard Special (turkey, prosciutto, sautéed spinach, roasted peppers, mozzarella, sharp provolone).

Chickie's Italian Deli

1014 Federal Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147
(215) 462-8040
The award-winning Chickie’s Italian Deli’s notable menu items include the Original Veggie (baked eggplant, sautéed broccoli rabe, roasted peppers and Chickie’s own blend of sharp provolone) and Tuna Special (olive oil-packed tuna with provolone, roasted peppers, lettuce, tomato and onion). Each delectable sandwich sits on a roll from Sarcone’s Bakery.

Cosmi's

1501 S. 8th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147
(215) 468-6093
Family owned and operated since 1932, Cosmi’s is a corner deli with a legendary reputation for hoagies hot and cold served on Sarcone’s rolls. The Godfather (prosciutto, sopressata, roasted peppers, mozzarella, sundried tomatoes and green olives) is a standout.

Di Bruno Bros.

930 S. 9th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147
(215) 922-2876
A major destination for any Italian specialty food connoisseur and purveyor of hoagie fillings galore, Di Bruno Bros. makes a mean sandwich in its own right, with a high-quality olive-oil drizzle.

Lombardi's Specialty Hoagies

1226 W. Ritner Street
Philadelphia, PA 19148
(215) 389-2220
The Italian Inferno is the item of choice at underdog Lombardi’s Specialty Hoagies, a Dante-inspired number with capicola, soppressata, sharp provolone and hot pepper shooters.

Paesano's

152 W. Girard Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19123
(267) 886-9556
The offerings at Paesano’s sandwich shop are decidedly new-school thanks to chef Peter McNamara’s flourish: Daddy Wad marries mortadella with pistachios, genoa salami, sopressata, capicola, prosciutto and sharp provolone with arugula, tomatoes, onions and sweet and hot peppers, while the Tuna Italiana throws herb-cheddar spread, hard-cooked egg, roasted tomatoes, arugula and chips into the mix.

Ricci Brothers

1165 S. 11th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147
(215) 334-6910
Hoagie destination Ricci Brothers uses pillowy Liscio rolls as the basis for its no-frills two-handers, with varieties like Italian (two types of salami), Old-Fashioned Italian (sharp provolone, prosciutto, sopressata and pepper shooters), Turkey and Cheese and Prosciutto and Sharp Provolone.

Shank's Original Pier 40

901 S. Delaware Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19123
(215) 218-4000
While it’s perhaps better known for its hot sandwiches, Shank’s delivers a respectable menu of traditional hoagies: Italian (mixed meats and mild provolone), Old-School Italian (with prosciutto and sharp provolone), chicken cutlet, tuna and veggie.

Dattillo's Delicatessen

8000 Horrocks Street
Philadelphia, PA 19152
(215) 725-2020
Italian specialty market Dattillo’s Delicatessen gussies up hoagies with artichoke hearts and homemade roasted peppers, but customers can also buy the fixings to make their own with five different kinds of Italian bread, imported lunchmeats and long-hots to go.

Fink's

4633 Princeton Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19135
(215) 335-2828
Dubbed the “King of Gourmet Hoagies,” Fink’s offers a signature hoagie with two secret weapons: cotechino (fresh pork sausage) and olive spread. The other hoagies, named for Northeast neighborhoods, similarly elevate traditional recipes with creative touches.

Marinucci's Deli

2852 St. Vincent Street
Philadelphia, PA 19149
(215) 333-DELI
A Mayfair favorite, Marinucci’s Deli gives customers a lot of hoagie for their buck—one meat-packed sandwich can easily feed two people, and the Nucci Italian and the Brous Avenue (roast pork with sharp provolone and roasted peppers) are signature items.

Brother's Old Style Deli

3492 Tilden Street
Philadelphia, PA 19129
(215) 713-0541
Tucked away in East Falls, Brother’s Old Style Deli enthralls with its small selection of hoagies: Three Brothers (Asiago, sharp provolone and Swiss); sharp provolone with roasted peppers; and the Sunnyside Special (mozzarella balls, roasted peppers and sliced prosciutto).

Koch's Deli

4309 Locust Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
(215) 222-8662
While Italian hoagies are everywhere in Philly, the true Jewish hoagie is a rare treat, and Koch’s Deli in University City, which serves a corned beef, pastrami, spiced beef, kosher salami and cheese concoction on an Amoroso roll, is the place to find one.

Lenny's Home Plate

6141 Ridge Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19128
(215) 487-1200
Many residents of Manayunk and Roxborough agree: The top hoagie shop on the Ridge Avenue is Lenny’s Home Plate, where the sandwiches include classics like the Soprano (genoa salami, capicola, cotechino, prosciutto, mortadella, soppressata, locatelli and provolone), served on Liscio rolls and available in Minor or Major League lengths.

Stan's Deli

3632 Powelton Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19104
(215) 382-7826
The home of the “Stanwich,” Stan’s Deli is Powelton Village’s main hoagie connection, with all of the traditional one-meat delights, plus an array of specialty hoagies. Popular options include The Drexel (corned beef, spiced beef, coleslaw, turkey, Russian dressing and provolone) and The Penn (spiced beef, honey turkey, spicy turkey, hot pepper cheese and Russian dressing).

Altomonte’s Italian Market and Delicatessen

85 N. York Road
Warminster, PA 18974
(215) 672-5439
The Monster is the hoagie of choice at the authentic Altomonte’s Italian Market and Delicatessen, featuring mortadella, provolone, capicola, sopressata and ham, available at both Bucks County locations.

Pallante’s Italian Deli

130 Almshouse Road
Richboro, PA 18954
(215) 364-9750
A relative underdog in the hoagie world, Richboro’s Pallante’s Italian Deli placed high on radio station WIP’s hoagie challenge with its Don Supreme, a Sarcone’s roll filled with prosciutto, sopressata, shredded provolone and oil-dipped long hots.

Foster Boys Pizza

226 E. Lancaster Avenue
Downingtown, PA 19335
(610) 269-6600
In case the Ultimate Italian (featuring stuffed pepper shooters) isn’t enough for you, Downingtown favorite Foster Boys Pizza has Special Italian (sharp provolone, ham, capicola, soppressata and prosciutto) and Super Italian (sharp provolone, capicola, soppressata, prosciutto, roasted red peppers, marinated artichokes and tomato) hoagies, too.

Cut Above Deli

3523 W. Chester Pike
Newtown Square, PA 19073
(610) 353-4543
The appropriately named Cut Above Deli in Newtown Square services its passionate patrons with not one, not two, but seven different styles of Italian hoagies, ranging from Classic to Milano, all made with quality ingredients like Daniele prosciutto and Sarcone’s bread.

Planet Hoagie

30 W. State Street
Media, PA 19063
(610) 891-1919
Media’s claim to sandwich fame, Planet Hoagie is a takeout-only gem of a shop with a long list of Italo-centric selections such as the Guiseppe (hot sopressata, sharp provolone, Italian tuna and prosciutto). In Philadelphia, hoagie lovers can find their sandwiches at Citizens Bank Park and Lincoln Financial Field.

Carlino’s Specialty Foods and Catering

2616 E. County Line Road
Ardmore, PA 19003
(610) 649-4046
Homemade seeded semolina bread, house-label olive oil and locations in both Ardmore and West Chester make Carlino’s Specialty Foods and Catering a hoagie-lover’s dream.

Pudge's

1510 Dekalb Pike
Blue Bell, PA 19422
(610) 277-1717
Boasting a bread supply from Conshohocken Bakery, Pudge’s makes simple hoagies with lettuce, cheese, tomato, onion and oregano. A menu of extra toppings such as hot and sweet peppers, sharp provolone, bacon and “hoagie spread” gussies them up.

Sessano Café

1840 Markley Street
Norristown, PA 19401
(610) 270-9607
The pork sandwiches win rave reviews at Norristown’s strip mall gem Sessano Café, but the Sessano Special hoagie (prosciutto, salami, capicola, provolone, mozzarella, tomatoes, roasted peppers and basil) is just as worthy of praise.

Skippack Village Italian Market

4101 Skippack Pike
Skippack, PA 19473
(610) 584-4050
Variations on the hoagie theme at Skippack Village Italian Market include the South Philly (soppressata, mozzarella and sundried tomatoes) and the Roast Beef Abbruzzi (beef and spicy cheese spread).

Pastificio

1528 Packer Avenue Packer Park Shopping Center
Philadelphia, PA 19145
(215) 467-1111
Located just a few blocks from the Sports Complex, Pastificio has gained adoration from city officials and pro-athletes alike with their Classic Italian hoagie topped with mild provolone, Mortadella, Capicolla, Genoa Salami, and Prosciutto.

Ellen's Bagels and Hoagies

200 S. Broad Street Bellevue Food Court
Philadelphia, PA 19102
(215) 732-8477
Perfect for breakfast and lunch, this eatery in the Bellevue Food Court serves up authentic Philadelphia hoagies like the "classic Italian" topped with dry cured sopresata and capacola, prosciutto, sharp provolone, romaine, tomatoes, onions and long hots.

DiCostanza's Italian Sandwiches

1930 Market Street
Boothwyn, PA 19061
(610) 494-3616
You can't go wrong with this Delaware County mainstay, which is the home of one of the many hoagie origin stories. In 1925, a hungry patron entered DiCostanza's and asked for a sandwich containing every item in the deli case. Thus, the hoagie was born.

Lorenzo's Steaks and Hoagies

216 East Market Street
West Chester, PA 19382
(610) 696-5660
Located in downtown West Chester, Lorenzo's slogan is "Where's the Roll?" and they aren't kidding. Sandwich sizes are listed by poundage, with a "mini" hoagie weighing approximately 1.25 pounds and a large climbing up to a staggering four pounds!
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Wawa

1707 Arch Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
(215) 977-9558
The official sponsor of HoagieFest and builder of a 4.5 ton sandwich in honor of American troops, local favorite Wawa food markets with locations in five states—take their lunch offerings seriously, allowing customers to build their own in a variety of sizes

Campo's

214 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
(215) 923-1000
An Old City institution since 1947, Campo’s Deli is well situated for visitors of historic sites craving classic hoagies like Italian (salami, ham capacola, peppered ham, pepperoni, prosciutto and provolone) or Italian tuna (oil-packed), available on regular or seeded bread. Sports fans and concert-goers can enjoy the hoagies and cheesesteaks in the Wells Fargo Center, and the Phillies cheering section can find their cheesesteaks in Citizens Bank Park. More good news: They ship to cities nationwide.

Carmen's Famous

12th & Arch Streets
Philadelphia, PA 19107
(215) 592-7799
For those who like their hot peppers hot, Reading Terminal stand Carmen’s Famous Italian Hoagie is the place for an authentic hoagie stuffed with all manner of meats.

Salumeria

12th & Arch Streets
Philadelphia, PA 19107
(215) 592-8150
The Reading Terminal’s elegant cheese emporium Salumeria also happens to be one of Center City’s top-notch outlets for sandwiches. Their Italian hoagie combines imported meats and cheeses layered with roasted red peppers, artichokes and a drizzle of creamy house dressing.

Ellen's Bagels and Hoagies

200 S. Broad Street Bellevue Food Court
Philadelphia, PA 19102
(215) 732-8477
Perfect for breakfast and lunch, this eatery in the Bellevue Food Court serves up authentic Philadelphia hoagies like the "classic Italian" topped with dry cured sopresata and capacola, prosciutto, sharp provolone, romaine, tomatoes, onions and long hots.
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Primo Hoagies

1528 Ritner Street
Philadelphia, PA 19145
(215) 463-8488
A South Philly shop that’s grown immensely in recent years, Primo Hoagie has elevated the art form with a long list of hoagie variants, including the Turkey Diablo and the Knuckle Sandwich (provolone and roasted peppers).

Sarcone's Deli

734 South 9th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147
(215) 922-1717
The original Bella Vista Sarcone’s deli has spawned multiple locations, and it’s easy to see why. At the hoagie mecca, freshly baked seeded rolls are lovingly stuffed in combos like the Italian Market (hot capicola, turkey breast, roasted peppers, sharp provolone) and the Junk Yard Special (turkey, prosciutto, sautéed spinach, roasted peppers, mozzarella, sharp provolone).

Chickie's Italian Deli

1014 Federal Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147
(215) 462-8040
The award-winning Chickie’s Italian Deli’s notable menu items include the Original Veggie (baked eggplant, sautéed broccoli rabe, roasted peppers and Chickie’s own blend of sharp provolone) and Tuna Special (olive oil-packed tuna with provolone, roasted peppers, lettuce, tomato and onion). Each delectable sandwich sits on a roll from Sarcone’s Bakery.

Cosmi's

1501 S. 8th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147
(215) 468-6093
Family owned and operated since 1932, Cosmi’s is a corner deli with a legendary reputation for hoagies hot and cold served on Sarcone’s rolls. The Godfather (prosciutto, sopressata, roasted peppers, mozzarella, sundried tomatoes and green olives) is a standout.

Di Bruno Bros.

930 S. 9th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147
(215) 922-2876
A major destination for any Italian specialty food connoisseur and purveyor of hoagie fillings galore, Di Bruno Bros. makes a mean sandwich in its own right, with a high-quality olive-oil drizzle.

Lombardi's Specialty Hoagies

1226 W. Ritner Street
Philadelphia, PA 19148
(215) 389-2220
The Italian Inferno is the item of choice at underdog Lombardi’s Specialty Hoagies, a Dante-inspired number with capicola, soppressata, sharp provolone and hot pepper shooters.

Ricci Brothers

1165 S. 11th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147
(215) 334-6910
Hoagie destination Ricci Brothers uses pillowy Liscio rolls as the basis for its no-frills two-handers, with varieties like Italian (two types of salami), Old-Fashioned Italian (sharp provolone, prosciutto, sopressata and pepper shooters), Turkey and Cheese and Prosciutto and Sharp Provolone.

Shank's Original Pier 40

901 S. Delaware Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19123
(215) 218-4000
While it’s perhaps better known for its hot sandwiches, Shank’s delivers a respectable menu of traditional hoagies: Italian (mixed meats and mild provolone), Old-School Italian (with prosciutto and sharp provolone), chicken cutlet, tuna and veggie.

Pastificio

1528 Packer Avenue Packer Park Shopping Center
Philadelphia, PA 19145
(215) 467-1111
Located just a few blocks from the Sports Complex, Pastificio has gained adoration from city officials and pro-athletes alike with their Classic Italian hoagie topped with mild provolone, Mortadella, Capicolla, Genoa Salami, and Prosciutto.
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Lee's Hoagie House

4034 Walnut St
Philadelphia, PA 19104
(215) 622-9684
Started in Mt. Airy, Lee’s Hoagie House now has 17 outposts and has built its empire on simple meat and cheese combinations served on Liscio’s rolls

Brother's Old Style Deli

3492 Tilden Street
Philadelphia, PA 19129
(215) 713-0541
Tucked away in East Falls, Brother’s Old Style Deli enthralls with its small selection of hoagies: Three Brothers (Asiago, sharp provolone and Swiss); sharp provolone with roasted peppers; and the Sunnyside Special (mozzarella balls, roasted peppers and sliced prosciutto).

Koch's Deli

4309 Locust Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
(215) 222-8662
While Italian hoagies are everywhere in Philly, the true Jewish hoagie is a rare treat, and Koch’s Deli in University City, which serves a corned beef, pastrami, spiced beef, kosher salami and cheese concoction on an Amoroso roll, is the place to find one.

Lenny's Home Plate

6141 Ridge Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19128
(215) 487-1200
Many residents of Manayunk and Roxborough agree: The top hoagie shop on the Ridge Avenue is Lenny’s Home Plate, where the sandwiches include classics like the Soprano (genoa salami, capicola, cotechino, prosciutto, mortadella, soppressata, locatelli and provolone), served on Liscio rolls and available in Minor or Major League lengths.

Stan's Deli

3632 Powelton Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19104
(215) 382-7826
The home of the “Stanwich,” Stan’s Deli is Powelton Village’s main hoagie connection, with all of the traditional one-meat delights, plus an array of specialty hoagies. Popular options include The Drexel (corned beef, spiced beef, coleslaw, turkey, Russian dressing and provolone) and The Penn (spiced beef, honey turkey, spicy turkey, hot pepper cheese and Russian dressing).
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Slack's Hoagie Shack

2499 Aramingo Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19125
(215) 423-4020
The 15 area locations of Slack’s Hoagies each offer a little something different, but what unites them is the signature Godfather Italian hoagie and a choice of seeded or plain rolls.

Dattillo's Delicatessen

8000 Horrocks Street
Philadelphia, PA 19152
(215) 725-2020
Italian specialty market Dattillo’s Delicatessen gussies up hoagies with artichoke hearts and homemade roasted peppers, but customers can also buy the fixings to make their own with five different kinds of Italian bread, imported lunchmeats and long-hots to go.

Fink's

4633 Princeton Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19135
(215) 335-2828
Dubbed the “King of Gourmet Hoagies,” Fink’s offers a signature hoagie with two secret weapons: cotechino (fresh pork sausage) and olive spread. The other hoagies, named for Northeast neighborhoods, similarly elevate traditional recipes with creative touches.

Marinucci's Deli

2852 St. Vincent Street
Philadelphia, PA 19149
(215) 333-DELI
A Mayfair favorite, Marinucci’s Deli gives customers a lot of hoagie for their buck—one meat-packed sandwich can easily feed two people, and the Nucci Italian and the Brous Avenue (roast pork with sharp provolone and roasted peppers) are signature items.
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Altomonte’s Italian Market and Delicatessen

85 N. York Road
Warminster, PA 18974
(215) 672-5439
The Monster is the hoagie of choice at the authentic Altomonte’s Italian Market and Delicatessen, featuring mortadella, provolone, capicola, sopressata and ham, available at both Bucks County locations.

Pallante’s Italian Deli

130 Almshouse Road
Richboro, PA 18954
(215) 364-9750
A relative underdog in the hoagie world, Richboro’s Pallante’s Italian Deli placed high on radio station WIP’s hoagie challenge with its Don Supreme, a Sarcone’s roll filled with prosciutto, sopressata, shredded provolone and oil-dipped long hots.

Foster Boys Pizza

226 E. Lancaster Avenue
Downingtown, PA 19335
(610) 269-6600
In case the Ultimate Italian (featuring stuffed pepper shooters) isn’t enough for you, Downingtown favorite Foster Boys Pizza has Special Italian (sharp provolone, ham, capicola, soppressata and prosciutto) and Super Italian (sharp provolone, capicola, soppressata, prosciutto, roasted red peppers, marinated artichokes and tomato) hoagies, too.

Cut Above Deli

3523 W. Chester Pike
Newtown Square, PA 19073
(610) 353-4543
The appropriately named Cut Above Deli in Newtown Square services its passionate patrons with not one, not two, but seven different styles of Italian hoagies, ranging from Classic to Milano, all made with quality ingredients like Daniele prosciutto and Sarcone’s bread.

Planet Hoagie

30 W. State Street
Media, PA 19063
(610) 891-1919
Media’s claim to sandwich fame, Planet Hoagie is a takeout-only gem of a shop with a long list of Italo-centric selections such as the Guiseppe (hot sopressata, sharp provolone, Italian tuna and prosciutto). In Philadelphia, hoagie lovers can find their sandwiches at Citizens Bank Park and Lincoln Financial Field.

Carlino’s Specialty Foods and Catering

2616 E. County Line Road
Ardmore, PA 19003
(610) 649-4046
Homemade seeded semolina bread, house-label olive oil and locations in both Ardmore and West Chester make Carlino’s Specialty Foods and Catering a hoagie-lover’s dream.

Pudge's

1510 Dekalb Pike
Blue Bell, PA 19422
(610) 277-1717
Boasting a bread supply from Conshohocken Bakery, Pudge’s makes simple hoagies with lettuce, cheese, tomato, onion and oregano. A menu of extra toppings such as hot and sweet peppers, sharp provolone, bacon and “hoagie spread” gussies them up.

Sessano Café

1840 Markley Street
Norristown, PA 19401
(610) 270-9607
The pork sandwiches win rave reviews at Norristown’s strip mall gem Sessano Café, but the Sessano Special hoagie (prosciutto, salami, capicola, provolone, mozzarella, tomatoes, roasted peppers and basil) is just as worthy of praise.

Skippack Village Italian Market

4101 Skippack Pike
Skippack, PA 19473
(610) 584-4050
Variations on the hoagie theme at Skippack Village Italian Market include the South Philly (soppressata, mozzarella and sundried tomatoes) and the Roast Beef Abbruzzi (beef and spicy cheese spread).

DiCostanza's Italian Sandwiches

1930 Market Street
Boothwyn, PA 19061
(610) 494-3616
You can't go wrong with this Delaware County mainstay, which is the home of one of the many hoagie origin stories. In 1925, a hungry patron entered DiCostanza's and asked for a sandwich containing every item in the deli case. Thus, the hoagie was born.

Lorenzo's Steaks and Hoagies

216 East Market Street
West Chester, PA 19382
(610) 696-5660
Located in downtown West Chester, Lorenzo's slogan is "Where's the Roll?" and they aren't kidding. Sandwich sizes are listed by poundage, with a "mini" hoagie weighing approximately 1.25 pounds and a large climbing up to a staggering four pounds!
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