Freddy’s Philly Cheesesteak Sandwich: sliced seasoned steak, sizzling grilled onions, green bell peppers and melted Swiss cheese all inside a toasted hoagie roll (we know, your mouth is watering already!) is back at Freddy’s for a limited time.
“We are excited to bring the taste of Philadelphia to our Freddy’s Guests across the country,” said Scott, co-founder, owner, FredHead and original grill master. “Our take on the Philly is the classic steak, onions, peppers, cheese and hoagie roll recipe we have all come to know, love and crave!”
Is It a Cheesesteak or a Philly or a Philly Cheesesteak?
Well, it all depends on where you live. As you probably already know, the cheesesteak sandwich has its roots in the city of Philadelphia, Penn. and was created in the early 20th century, but what you call it depends on if you live in Philadelphia or somewhere else. If you live in Philadelphia it’s simply a cheesesteak, if you live outside of Philadelphia then it’s a Philly or Philly Cheesesteak.
History of the Philly Cheesesteak
The popular sandwich we know and love today was rumored to have been invented by Pat and Harry Olivieri at their hot dog stand in the early 1930s. Their hot dog stand soon turned into a steak sandwich (this sandwich was originally made without cheese) stand, which turned into a popular restaurant that still operates today in Philadelphia.
How We Make It
- Sliced seasoned steak, cooked-to-order
- Sizzling grilled onions
- Green bell peppers, freshly sliced & sauteed
- Melted Swiss cheese
- Toasted hoagie roll
Take all of that delicious cooked-to-order sliced steak, grilled onions and green peppers mixture topped with melted Swiss cheese and put it inside that warm toasted hoagie roll for a sandwich you will crave over and over again. Hurry because it won’t be around for long!
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Where Can I Get a Freddy’s Philly Cheesesteak Sandwich?
This seasonal favorite is only around for a short while at participating locations across the country.