The sandwich chefs at The Philly Way cloak a meaty menu of hoagie-filling steak, chicken, and hot dogs in warm, generous ladles of Cheez Whiz. Diners can savor East Coast flavor with cheesesteaks named best Philly cheesesteak outside of Philly in 2005 by Philadelphia magazine. Hoagie-smiths top cheesesteaks with heaps of grilled onions and freshly shaved steak, and customers can upgrade to The Works, which spices up mouthfuls with sweet and hot peppers, mushrooms, and an extra helping of cheese. Diners unafraid of getting a bit messy can enjoy a Philly-style chili dog, two hot dogs sharing a bun against their parents' wishes beneath a barrage of onions, mustard, and heaps of chili. Feisty fingers can grab at schools of golden-brown fries swimming through cheese at the cheese-colored eatery’s high-top tables, retro counter, or outside patio. Guests may substitute white american, provolone, or monterey jack for the traditional Cheez Whiz on any sandwich without being silently judged by walls lined with Philly sports paraphernalia, including T-shirts, flags, and liberty bells wearing mesh shorts.