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Direct From Philly has 10 different varieties of Philly cheesesteaks. It comes down to liking Pat (cheese whiz) or Gino (provolone cheese) better. For a sandwich that is $6.95, you can add a drink for $1.29 and still go back to work with a full belly and wallet. If you're close enough, Direct from Philly may even deliver. Most order to go, since there are about eight total stools for dining in. For $5.95, you get 10 wings tossed in your choice of mild, medium, hot, BBQ or garlic teriyaki.
These guys bring in rolls and meat from Philly. They can make it the real way with Cheese Whiz but I like mine with provolone. Lately I have been eating a sandwich they call the TouchTone. I love it because it has the right combination of peppers to give it great taste without being too spicy.
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