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Friday, March 27, 2015

The Hoagie Shop ~

Only a stone's throw away from the High School.
Thanks: Rick Davore

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Those of us who graduated in the 1960's era would refer to this Hoagie Shop as a stone's throw away from the Junior High School.

Bubba said...

"Ok, I'll meet you behind the Hoegie Shop after school." How many time did you hear that during Jr. High?

Anonymous said...

I live states away and have never had a sandwich that even comes close to those amazing hoagies. Great memories. What I wouldn't give to have one now!

Anonymous said...

The tuna fish hoagie was outstanding. Yum.

Arnold Andersen said...

I always ate mine with a large glass of buttermilk.

Ron Blomberg said...

My girlfriend and I used to have hoagie eating contests between each other! That girl could really scarf down a 6" sub!

Jim cooper said...

There are now 3 hoagie shops in town owned by the same people and they are just as good.

Jared said...

I used to go there before I tried Subway.

John Cooper said...

I think this shop was owned by a Mr. Miller who also taught at the junior high school across the street. I remember he gave our class a short lecture about how nutritious the Hoagie's were.

Conrad said...

Yes, I've lived in the south since 1966 and have yet to have a hoagie as good as those from that shop.

Ed Kellerman said...

How times have changed. When I was in junior high from 61 through 64 a small hoagie cost $.25 a large hoagie cost $.35. Prices now or around five dollars.