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The Region's Best Hoagies

Check out the results of this week's Readers' Choice poll from the Greater Philadelphia area.

From the Upper Main Line to Northwest Philadelphia and around the Greater Philadelphia area, Patch polled readers to find the place with the best hoagie. After a week of voting, the winners the Readers' Choices have been tallied. Check out which businesses were Patch Readers' Choice winners below. 

If there’s a great place we missed, please be sure to let us know in the comments, and if we hit the best ones, let everyone else know by clicking on the location and leaving a review.

Philadelphia

  • :  8101 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia
  •   7619 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia
  •   186 E Evergreen Avenue, Philadelphia

Main Line East

  • :  230 Haverford Avenue, Narberth
  •   201 S Bryn Mawr Avenue, Bryn Mawr
  •   19 Woodside Road, Ardmore
  •   841 Conestoga Road, Bryn Mawr

Chester County

  • : , 676 Lancaster Avenue Berwyn
  • :  567 Lancaster Avenue, Malvern
  • : , 402 W High Street Phoenixville
  • : , 706 E Gay Street, West Chester

Delaware County

  • , 3521 W Chester Pike Newtown Square
  • :  1260 N Providence Road, Media 
  • :  195 Saxer Avenue, Springfield
  •   1000 Darby Road, Havertown
Jim May 27, 2012 at 03:44 AM
The pork house at 2nd and snyder. Enough said Ted!
Brad May 28, 2012 at 02:29 PM
Silvios in Hatboro is the best hoagie. Majors in Eastfalls is good as well. Also Lincoln Deli on the corner of Lincoln Drive and Mt. Pleasent.
Krystal Marie Denbow June 21, 2012 at 04:41 AM
Lennies Hoagies Hands Down the Best !!
Nicholas Staich August 17, 2012 at 08:56 PM
This is true, but McDonald's makes a faster hamburger and has more throughput than say Five Guys, but I don't know a single person to date who has said McDonalds has the best hamburger compared to Five Guys. While I don't disagree with your assertion that more people go to Wawa, hence more votes, I do believe those people have missed the point of the contest. It's not about speed and convenience, it is about quality and taste.
Nicholas Staich August 17, 2012 at 09:04 PM
Lee's Hoagie House makes a phenomenal hoagie, and they are all over the area (less so out near Pville.) I was also surprised that Primo's didn't make the list, as they have a decent presence geographically, have quick turnaround, and make a far superior sandwich to Wawa. I'll have to try Bridgeside Deli and see what they are about after these results. Cheesesteaks are a whole different issue, and I thing some of the best of those are Steve's Prince of Steaks (Philly), Mama's (Bala Cynwyd), Hog Island (Pville), Pat's (S. Philly), and for an awesome Roast Pork with Sharp Prov Tony Luc's on Oregon Ave. in S. Philly is the top of the pile. I think that cheesesteaks should have their own contest. I spent a lot of time working at various steak shops when I was younger, and learned a lot about the business. The bread is the most important ingredient, followed by the quality of the meats/cheeses, then the vegetables. I agree with everyone that the bread basically makes the sandwich.

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