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Friday, August 12, 2011

Hoagie Shop ~

Still open since the '50s.
Photo: Paul Johnson

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

What? Still open, you mean government regulators haven't managed to regulate and harass this obviously thriving business to death yet? A miracle.

It was called Miller's Hoagies when I was a kid and the thing that's interesting about it's survival is that the Hoagie Shop is just around the corner from the star-crossed (now gone) Hot Dog Shop.

Anonymous said...

without a doubt the best Hoagie in the world. Subway,eat your heart out!

Bob Dorcy

Anonymous said...

there is a world beyond Mc Kean Street. Bob dorcy has not been to Slippery Rock to experience a Bob's Sub (next to Ginger Hill Tavern on South Main St.)

Anonymous said...

I'm game next time Im in Butler I'll Bob's a try. After all,with a name like that,it must be pretty good. LOL
Bob Dorcy

Anonymous said...

ha ha bob dorcy you are correct. It's an honest no frills sub shop(befitting a college town) Very good subs. I recommend a Giant roast beef. Enjoy.

Anonymous said...

I remember that behind "The hoagie shop" was the preferred place to fight or sneak a cigarette in junior high.

Anonymous said...

great hoagies at a reasonable price and they use higher quality ingredients than the chains.

Anonymous said...

I beat the crap outa many a weakling behind the Hoagie Shop. Ah, good times!

Anonymous said...

Of course,bet you never picked a fight with a tough kid. No doubt would have got yer ass whopped.

Hoagie Carmichael said...

Love the way they package their fries in the brown little bags, help soaks up the grease and their steak w/ sauce and cheese can't be beat, when you take off the ''gum'' band you're in for a treat

Anonymous said...

Ok...now I'm going to have to go
and get a hoagie for dinner!

Anonymous said...

Wondering if the Bob's Sub in Slippery Rock is related to the Bob's Sub in Clarion. It is a humble landmark with delicious subs.

Becky Belfer said...

The Hoagie Shoppe is the best ever, I have'nt been home in years, but I still remember the best places to eat. The Hot Dog Shop and the Hoagie Shop. And yes I remember the fights behind that store. There was always one guy everyone was afraid of. By the way, I noticed that no one signs their name to this blog. Interesting, I wonder why?

Anonymous said...

Who owns the place?