Thursday, April 8, 2010

Cincinnatians Vote Penn Station East Coast Subs “Best” in Three Categories

Penn Station East Coast Subs has been awarded the honor “Best in Cincinnati” in three important food categories; Best Cheesesteak, Best French Fries and Best Sub Sandwiches. The BEST OF CINCINNATI® poll was conducted in February by the popular print and web publication City Beat. There were over 18,000 votes cast, making this the largest poll in the award’s 14 years of existence.
“We are grateful to the thousands of customers and fans who took time to vote,” said Craig Dunaway, President of Penn Station, Inc. “Our customers tell us our insistence on fresh ingredients and our grilled-to-order taste keeps them coming back again and again”.

“Penn Station is dedicated to building strong relationships with its customers and the community,” said John Doyle, president of the local Cincinnati franchise advertising cooperative. “We support numerous non-profit organizations, plus we are very active with the Cincinnati Reds. It feels great to see the community support us as we try to support them.”
When founder Jeff Osterfeld opened up the first Penn Station in Cincinnati in 1985, the original menu only had four sandwiches. The grilled Philadelphia Cheesesteak became an instant hit with customers and remains a popular choice today.
Penn Station now offers a wide variety of hot, grilled to-order-sandwiches. All are served on hearth-baked bread. Fresh, hand-cut fries and hand-squeezed lemonade are the most popular sides. Customers can choose from Chicken Cordon Bleu; the Chicken Teriyaki; the Chicken Parmesan; the Pizza; the Italian; the Club; the Reuben; the Vegetarian, and the unique fresh-grilled Artichoke Sub. The menu also features the Cold Deli Classics; Chicken and Tuna Salad Sub, ten Sub Salads, and Kid’s Meals. A new Catering and Box Lunch menu with a wide variety of options is also available. Visit for a full menu and to find a restaurant near you.

Penn Station East Coast Subs is an upscale, quick-casual restaurant chain, headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio. Penn Station, Inc. develops franchises and operates a rapidly expanding chain of restaurants under the trademark of Penn Station East Coast Subs. There are currently over 210 Penn Station Restaurants in 12 states including Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Kentucky, Ohio, Missouri, Indiana, Tennessee, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Illinois.

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