PA is definitely a foodie state – a statement with which many of us would agree, right? After all, we lay claim to some of the very best, most delicious foods in the world – from Philly cheesesteak sandwiches to shoofly pie. (And, let’s not forget the always controversial – you either love it or hate it – scrapple.) We, Pennsylvanians, also know a good hoagie when we taste one. Like the hoagies served at these eateries along this hoagie trail in Pennsylvania.
Check out the hoagie trail!
We all, undoubtedly, have our favorite hoagie joints. In an ideal world, this hoagie trail would include every single one of our favorites. Still, you can tailor this hoagie trail to
your tastes, by adding and removing stops to suit your needs. Happy eating!
1. Antonio’s Deli – Philadelphia
First stop on this scrumptious trail is Antonio's Deli in Philadelphia. Of course, the menu boasts numerous hoagies that are sure to satisfy your hunger. Hoagies include Italian, veggie, turkey, ham, and buffalo chicken. Even better? All of Antonio's hoagies, which boast fresh deli meats and cheeses, are made with Sarcones bread. Hungry yet?
2. Silvio’s Deli – Hatboro
Silvio's Deli has been satisfying hoagie cravings since 1982, so they know a little something about what makes a scrumptious sub. Browse the menu that's brimming with hoagies, such as the ever-popular Italian, turkey, roast beef, corn beef, and ham and cheese. Prefer a hoagie without the deli meats? Opt for the veggie or the cheese subs.
3. Lee’s Hoagie House – Abington
Next stop: Lee's Hoagie House in Abington. (And, good news! You can find Lee's Hoagie House in numerous towns throughout PA.) Pennsylvanians have been flocking to Lee's Hoagie House since it opened in 1953. A peek at the menu will give you a hint as to why. The award-winning hoagies come in three sizes: six inch, nine inch, and 18 inches. And, you have plenty of types to choose from, including Lee's Italian, Lee's South Philly, the BLT, the veggie, and kosher-style.
4. Sonny’s Italian Deli – Limerick
Which do you prefer- a cold or a hot hoagie? At Sonny's Italian Deli, you can choose from an assortment of both. The Italian deli, which opened nearly a quarter of a century ago, serves cold traditional
and specialty subs. Traditional subs range from Italian and turkey to ham and roast beef. Or, if you prefer a specialty sub, try the chicken salad supreme or the Sicilian. Hot sub options include meatball parm, chicken cutlet, and eggplant parm.
5. Bruno’s of Lititz – Lititz
Bruno's of Lititz, which has four locations, sits in Historic Downtown Lititz. Peruse the menu that features an assortment of hoagies, available in six inch or 12-inch. Try the sharp Italian, the old Italian, the turkey, or the tuna salad. Or, perhaps you prefer something a little more spicy? Then, you'll definitely want to order the ham and turkey or the Bruiser. Bruno's also features two meatless subs - the portabella and the veg.
6. Primo Hoagies – Lancaster
Starting to crave a hoagie yet? Either way, keep reading. Our next stop is Primo Hoagies, where you'll find a selection of cold and hot subs. Choose from such cold subs as the Italian, the old Italian, the bologna and cheese, or the corned beef and Swiss. Of course, sometimes a hot sub just hits the spot. Opt for either the old-fashioned meatball or the old world style meatball. Good news, too. Primo Hoagies has more than two dozen locations in PA.
7. Lorenzo’s – West Chester
Alas, we've come to our final stop on this hoagie trail that spans 173 miles. Lorenzo's Steaks and Hoagies, in West Chester, offers their famous hoagies in six inch, 12-inch, and 22-inch. Peruse the menu that's bursting with options, such as regular Italian, special Italian, tuna, four cheese, pepperoni and cheese, and veggie.
How many of the eateries along the hoagie trail in Pennsylvania have you already visited? Join the conversation in the comments! Or, perhaps you prefer tacos to hoagies? Then, you just might want to hit this taco trail in PA.
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