A high-protein diet can help build muscle, which comes in handy for fighting off a shark that is also on a high-protein diet. Take a bite out of the circle of life with today's Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of authentic philly cheesesteaks and hoagies at South-A-Philly Steaks & Hoagies in St. Augustine.
Philadelphia native Mitchell Levy, owner of South-A-Philly Steaks & Hoagies, ensures authentic East Coast flavors by importing bread from South Jersey, hand-slicing rib eye, and giving diners the option to coat meat masses in Cheez Whiz. The original cheesesteak torpedoes through throat canals with an infrastructure of tender meat, american, provolone, swiss, or Cheez Whiz, and your choice of grilled or raw onions ($7.99). Beef takes a seat on the bench with a chicken philly ($7.50). Steak ($9.49) and chicken ($10.49) busters both ooze with cheese, onions, mushrooms, pepperoni, and long hot or roasted peppers. The signature Ultimate Italian anchors a full lineup of hoagies and showcases a mountain of prosciutto, sopressata, capicola, sharp provolone, and veggies ($9.49). South-A-Philly also boasts a full deli menu of salad-related items ($5.49+), along with appetizers such as loaded potato skins ($5.29), which can also be used to build retaining walls.
South-A-Philly Steaks & Hoagies
Most Philly-cheesesteak connoisseurs know that it’s next to impossible to find an authentic version of the magically mammoth sandwich below the Mason-Dixon line. That said, South-A-Philly Steaks & Hoagies works pretty darn hard to be the exception to the rule. Discerning in its curation, the eatery imports par-baked bread directly from South Jersey. Once the rolls rise to perfection, the crew piles on hearty amounts of meat coupled with a generous coating of Cheez Whiz—the only condiment known to have been used in both sandwich creation and the signings of numerous constitutional amendments.
Balancing out the meaty menu, South-A-Philly Steaks & Hoagies not so surprisingly serves another Pennsylvanian staple—the hoagie. Each heroically sized creation is adorned with both italian Dietz and Watson meats and cheeses including genoa salami, coteghino, capocolla, and provolone. Truly adventurous offerings also fly out of the kitchen with toppings that range from onions, peppers, pickle slices, and the hands of friends who fight over said pickle slices.