Like the earth, a sandwich is made of layers and gathers its strength from its meaty core, which pushes condiments toward the crust to erupt and bury fingers in deliciousness. Let rivers of mayo magma run with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of hoagies, wraps, and more at Lee's Hoagie House. This Groupon is valid at Lee's Hoagies in Horsham, Abington, and Blue Bell.
Since 1953, sandwich scientists at Lee's Hoagie House have conducted delicious bread and meat experiments, yielding scrumptious hoagies, hot sandwiches, cheesesteaks, and more. Ease into a stomach workout with warm-ups such as the pizza fries ($3.50) or a 10-piece set of jumbo buffalo wings ($7.50). Or throw caution to the wind and dive into the menu overflowing with more than 20 different types of savory hoagies, such as the corned beef ($7.50/half, $15/whole) or Lee's South Philly, which locks in prosciutto, genoa salami, capocollo, roasted red peppers, and sharp provolone cheese ($7.65/half, $15/whole), and an array of augmentations including lettuce, tomatoes, and bragging rights over inferior subs, clubs, and po' boys. A piping-hot meat pocket such as the chicken cacciatore arrives steaming with onions, mushrooms, and homemade sauce ($6.75/half, $13.50/whole). Make a day special for herbivorous friends with a grilled veggie wrap ($6.75) or by letting them win at lettuce volleyball.
- Mouth-watering Italian Hoagies and Cheese-steaks. It is the place I always have to take out-of-towners to satisfy their cravings for that Philly hoagies. – Barbara B., Insider Pages
- I am not a hoagie lover and I rarely eat them, BUT when I do get a yen for one I only order from Lees. – Richard F., Yelp, 4/20/10
Lee's Hoagie House
Lee's Hoagie House traces its origins back to 1953, when a small storefront at 19th Street and Cheltenham Avenue in Philadelphia's Mount Airy neighborhood began to churn out addictively delicious hoagies and cheesesteaks. The shop became a local institution and eventually spread to multiple locations in the greater Philadelphia area.
Customers fell hard for Lee's custom-made hoagies piled high with fresh meats, cheeses, and veggies, and drizzled with the restaurant's secret oil. Eventually, Lee's appeared on TV programs and news spots. It also earned praise from the press, including Philadelphia magazine, which once called its cheesesteak "pure cheese-soaked perfection."
The menu now includes many new items to complement the eatery's original eats, such as chicken cheesesteaks, salads, and chicken wings.