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Vote For Best Hoagie in Radnor

Vote in this week's Patch poll.

Some call it a "sub" or a "grinder," but around here, it's called a hoagie. Radnor Patch wants to know who serves up the best hoagie in Radnor.

Is it , , at Lancaster County Farmers Market, , , , , , or ?  

Vote in the poll below and don't forget to click on the links above and rate each place on its Patch Place listing. You can even leave a review.

Or is there another local spot that we missed? Then tell us in the comments section below. Polls will close at 9 a.m. on Friday.

Winners will be determined by a new set of rules. We've implemented a point system in which the actual votes here will now account for 50 percent of the decision. How highly each business or location is rated on its Patch Place listing will account for the other half.

francesca S May 18, 2012 at 03:37 PM
Crazy how few family run buisnesses there are! Hats off to all ones still in the area! Happy to hear Johns is one of them! My Mom (Antonella) is in the kitchen now making some of her awesome dishes (secretly hoping theres some left over sausage scallopini) . Haha. My brother's in the front making hoagies with my dad and im delivering! Love working with the fam :) Also, Congrats to all the villanova grads this weekend! They have us working hard!
Sam Strike May 18, 2012 at 04:04 PM
It looks like Antonella's pulled out a victory: http://radnor.patch.com/articles/antonella-s-wins-heated-hoagie-battle So, Antonella's, tell us what is the BEST hoagie you make, for those who might want to try your food.
antonella May 18, 2012 at 11:17 PM
Sam, that was quite a poll! It never ceases to amaze me how passionate customers can be about their food. I thank my many customers who participated and also applaud John's customers for their hard work. But alas, whether winner or not, we are all fortunate to continue to do business in our wonderful Radnor Township thanks to our dedicated customers. Per your question: Tough to say which is our BEST hoagie, as we offer 40 variations... But if I had to pick, ( from our traditional hoagie selection ) it would be our Italian Hoagie - with Prosciutto, Genoa Salami, Cappicolla, Provolone, Lettuce, Tomato & Olive Oil. From our "Hoagies Their Way " menu, I would say the "Al Conicella" is very popular. Prepared w. Grilled Chicken, Roasted Peppers, Romaine, Tomato & Honey Mustard. A real winner - probably because we grill our own chicken breast then slice it down to order. We also slice our lunchmeats to order and use roasted peppers and pan seared long hots instead of jar or can peppers. Ooh la la - delish! Thank you again Sam for bringing the polled businesses to the attention of the many customers - whether new or old.
antonella May 18, 2012 at 11:26 PM
Yes you do! I am glad I got the chance to hear about you guys. Funny how wonderful lil places sometimes get missed. I didn't even know about you until this poll. We will certainly have to stop by soon to say hello. Ray and I often like to venture out on a Fri nite to get a late nite bite after a hard day's work.
Phil Coladonato May 21, 2012 at 09:06 PM
I'm with you, Sheila - Landis is the best!

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