Philadelphia, PA - A Hoagie is Philadelphia's version of a sub sandwich, except better. It's like an old-fashioned antipasto salad on a roll with Italian meats, cheese, vegetables, and peppers.
Where to Get The Best Hoagies in Philly
In Philly, The Hoagie is how we eat lunch; it’s the cities version of the everyday sandwich. Listed below are a few of our staff picks for The Best Hoagies in Philadelphia.
Snug family sandwich shop open since the '20s known for its cheesesteaks and a long list of subs. The hoagies are made Fresh Daily with the Freshest and Tastiest Ingredients. Address: 1165 S 11th St, Philadelphia, PA
The simple parlor is also known for classic and creative sandwiches, fried snacks, and breakfast options. Must-Try: ITALIAN - Genoa salami, cotegina, hot capitol, imported ham, mild provolone. Address: 736 S 9th St, Philadelphia, PA
Small deli on Federal Street. The Hoagies are served on freshly baked Sarcone's Bread with lettuce, tomato, onion, seasoning, and olive oil. Must-Try: The Italian - Genoa Salami, Coteghino, Mortadella and Provolone. Address: 1014 Federal St, Philadelphia, PA
Family-run Italian deli offering fresh and cooked meats, cheeses, and hearty sandwiches, plus groceries. Must-Try: Dattilo's Main Event - Tangy Provolone Cheese, Hot Capicola, Pepperoni, DiLusso Genoa Salami, Marinated Artichoke Hearts, and Homemade Roasted. Address: 8000 Horrocks St, Philadelphia, PA
Hoagies are made with local bread, hearty portions of meat, and other toppings in a low-key setting. Must-Try: Antipasto Hoagie - Roasted peppers, green olives, black olives, sharp provolone, extra virgin olive oil, and aged balsamic. Address: 1501 S 8th St, Philadelphia, PA
Small neighborhood deli serving up the classics and great Hoagies. Must-Try: The Pooh Bear - American Cheese, Honey Turkey, Honey Ham, Lettuce, tomato, Fried Pickles, Money Mustard Mayo, and SPO. Address: 1841 South 2nd Street, Philadelphia, PA
Stop by Liberty Kitchen for your own Hoagie Club card because eating hoagies should come with rewards. Beyond the meats and cheeses and stuff. Must-Try: Della Casa - their house Hoagie, made with 1732 meat, fresh mozzarella, arugula tossed with Calabrian Chilli Oil, and house balsamic. Address: 1244 N Front St, Philadelphia, PA
You can't go wrong with anything at Lennie's, good quality meat and significant portions on a homemade roll. Must-Try - Italiano Hoagie - Imported ham, Genoa salami, capicola and provolone cheese. Dressed with lettuce, tomatoes, onions, oil, and seasoning. Address: 6141 Ridge Ave, Philadelphia, PA
P&S Ravioli Company
Venerable destination for picking up Italian specialties such as pasta, baked goods, and hoagies. Must-Try: Spicy Italian – Hot Sopressata, sharp provolone, and hot man Capicolla. Address: 1722 W Oregon Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19145
Woodrow's Sandwich Shop
Intimate urban sandwich bar with outdoor seating serving hearty subs, brunches & salads. Must-Try: The Italian - truffle mortadella, fennel salami, spicy soppressata, prosciutto cotto, provolone, herb mayo, oil & vinegar, LTO, arugula, cherry peppers. Address: 630 South St, Philadelphia, PA 19147
Tortorice’s Specialty Sandwiches
Tortorice's is an Italian specialty sandwich shop offering various sandwiches that we make fresh daily from only the finest Italian ingredients. Must-Try: Broad St. Bully (Spicy Old World Italian) - Hot Sopressata, Dry Capkola, Sharp Provolone. Prosciutto di Parma. Fried long Hot Peppers. Blend of Our Hot Spices. Address: 233 S 20th St, Philadelphia, PA 19103
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