Texans and Philadelphians share many things, including four letters, a deep love of American citizenship, and suffrage for armadillos. Experience another great Texas-Philly collaboration with today's Groupon: for $7, you get $15 worth of Texan cheesesteaks and more at Texadelphia in McAllen.
Texadelphia's menu of cheesy, steaky, 100%-Angus-beefy goodness features a supporting cast of artisan-baked breads, queso, and homemade sauces that are crafted fresh daily. The Founder's Favorite cheesesteak layers grilled onions, mozzarella, cheese, mushrooms, and jalapeños atop its beefy base, glazing the fusion of culinary traditions with a house-signature mustard blend ($6.89–$8.89). For artistic appetites, custom cheesesteak creations slather a choice of Angus beef or thin-sliced chicken breast with grilled onions, mozzarella, one of six signature sauces, and optional add-ons such as pepperoni, cherry peppers, and tiny, edible Stetsons ($0.59+). Items of non-Philly origin also dot the menu, including a grilled-chicken sandwich on a toasted white or wheat bun ($6.29), a smoked turkey and guacamole salad ($6.49), and a bacon-cheddar burger served with hickory sauce ($6.89).
This Groupon is for dine-in only, but never fear—Texadelphia's interior sports a friendly, welcoming atmosphere and a ceiling fan with a 12-foot span, so you can throw a picnic inside without worrying about the ants or the pesky kites.
Texadelphia takes the cheesesteak and makes it the way only Texas can—overflowing with hearty meats and served with a side of tortilla chips and salsa. These 100% Angus beef sandwiches come slathered in a variety of toppings, including grilled onions, jalapeños, and cherry peppers, and rest on artisan-baked bread. Try a Founder's Favorite cheesesteak with mozzarella and mushrooms or turn to poultry with The Left Coast, which comes topped with chicken, grilled onions, and guacamole. Items of non-Philly origin also dot the menu, including a grilled-chicken sandwich, smoked turkey and guacamole salad, and a bacon-cheddar burger served with hickory sauce.