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$7 for $14 Worth of Cheesesteaks, Sandwiches, and Salads
The menu features 10-inch ribeye cheesesteak sandwiches with provolone ($8.95), Cajun Brother sandwiches with grilled chicken, grilled onions, Cajun seasoning, and pepper jack cheese on garlic bread ($8.95), and loaded cheesesteak garlic fries with ribeye, onions, jalapeños, bacon, scallions, and Cheez Whiz ($8.95).<p>
Ribeye Bros Cheesesteaks
It takes hours to drive from Long Island to Philadelphia, but the group of friends who opened Ribeye Bros Cheesesteaks made the trek countless times for the sole purpose of devouring the city's signature sandwich. During those trips, they tasted so many versions that they began to imagine their own. "When perfecting the cheesesteak, we wound up seeing all the different cuts of steak you could put in them that taste better,” co-owner Damian Walsh explained to Long Beach Herald writer Alex Costello. “The places where I enjoyed the cheesesteaks more, because we started going to all different places, I liked the ribeye meat."
A statue of a cow is proudly displayed atop the restaurant's roof, a constant reminder of the group's devotion to the tender cuts of ribeye that they slice thin, grill, and pile onto hero rolls bought from a Farmingdale baker. Customers can opt for a similar sandwich made with grilled chicken, and choose from toppings such as bacon, broccoli rabe greens, or fried egg. Cooks layer provolone, cheddar, blue cheese crumbles, or haikus written in Cheez Whiz atop meat, and pour on condiments such as jerk sauce or buffalo sauce. To wash it all down, patrons can sip classic soda shop beverages such as chocolate egg creams or milk shakes that are mixed by hand.