- $18 for two Groupons, each good for $15 worth of sandwiches ($30 value)
- See the menu
The Warminster location is currently celebrating it’s one-year anniversary.
If there's anything more Philadelphia than brotherly love, it's philly cheesesteaks—an iconic sandwich that owner Tony “Luke” Lucidonio, Jr. knows a thing or two about. So it's surprising that when the first Tony Luke's opened in South Philly, cheesesteak wasn't even on the menu. For its first few months in 1992, the eatery stuck to its other iconic eats, roast-pork and chicken-cutlet Italian sandwiches. But by summertime, the people had spoken: and they wanted cheesesteaks.
To make their cheesesteaks and other sandwiches stand out, the team at Tony Luke's is picky about their ingredients. That's why the restaurant's meats are antibiotic- and hormone-free, their vegetables are grown nearby in New Jersey, and every sandwich is served on fresh-baked rolls from Liscio's Bakery. All that attention to detail has paid off, turning Tony Luke's into an international brand since its inception.