Pretty sure this is how you are supposed to start New Years Even 2020. The Hangover is a slice of heaven. The Original Steaks And Hoagies Fairlawn.
Authentic Philly style Cheesesteaks made fresh to order. We used 100 Ribeye and cover it with whiz.
3750 W. Market Street
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In August 2010, Bill Fromholzer Jr. (a.k.a. Billy from Philly) opened The Original Steaks & Hoagies in Twinsburg, Ohio–and introduced authentic Philly Cheesesteaks and Hoagies to Northeast Ohio. In the 1980s, Bill’s family owned and operated three Laspada’s Original Steaks & Hoagies Cheesesteak shops in the Philly area. These locations continue to be award-winning steak and hoagie shops today.
Bill & his wife made a family decision to move back to the Philly area, so they began looking for someone to take over and maintain quality and standards. In 2017 new owners Jeff and Chef Josh took over and planned to not only keep that same quality product, but to expand the menu and company. On March 24th. 2018, National Cheesesteak Day, they stayed true to that plan and opened The original steaks and hoagies in thriving Fairlawn, Ohio.
Originating in South Philadelphia in the early 1930’s the original Steak sandwich consisted of chopped steak & grilled onions served on an Italian roll. Provolone cheese was later added and the Cheesesteak was born. Over the years Cheez Whiz was added and has become the most popular cheese followed by American Cheese. This amazing combo of food is then slathered on Philadelphia’s own very popular Amoroso hearth baked roll.
The Hoagie also originated in South Philly. An exact date is unknown, however, a Philly newspaper reported in 1953 that Italians working at the Naval Shipyard on Hog Island brought sandwiches to work stuffed with Italian meats, cheeses, & lettuce between 2 slices of bread.