RESTAURANT INFORMATION

Address:
Various Locations in Dayton Area

Phone: (937) 433-9900

- East Coast Style Sub Shop.

- First Restaurant opened in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1985.

- Operates over 180 restaurants in 12 states.

- The owner's first shop was Jeffrey's Delicatessen which was located in the Dayton Mall in 1983.

WEBSITE:

http://www.penn-station.com

Penn Station on Facebook

Link to the Menu


SIGNATURE ITEMS:

- Philly Style Cheesesteaks

- Fresh Cut Fries

- Freshly Squeezed Lemonade

- Terryaki Chicken Sub

WHY WE LIKE THIS PLACE:

- Great place to pick up a quick lunch!

- The Dagwoods, Philly Steaks and Chicken Subs are served right off the grill on a freshly baked roll.

- It is a trip to watch the cooks slice and dice up the meat and veggies on the grill.  They are like ninjas of the flatop grill.



CLICK ON GALLERY PHOTOS BELOW
Here is a tip that is not on the menu: Order a Turkey Sub Teriyaki Style.  Make sure you ask for grilled onions, mushrooms, and banana peppers!
The Turkey Dagwood is one of our favorite sandwiches.
The Big Ragu tears into this sub like it is his job....Keep your fingers away from his mouth.
If anyone needs a bib....it would be the Big Ragu.  This happens at about every Food Adventure that we do.
A close up of the Turkey Dagwood.....Tomatos & Pickles are a must.
What in the hell is this you ask?  It is a Cheesesteak on their amazing & crunch rolls.  The rolls are really, really good.
We love the fact that this is a Cincinnati based restaurant with ties to Dayton!
This pic shows the incredibly popular handcut fries as well as some of the toppings that you can get on your sandwich.  Always go with the grilled veggies as well as lettuce, tomato, and pickles.
One of the most popular places to get "East Coast" style subs in the Miami Valley.  The best thing is that when you leave Penn Station....the smell travels with you...it's on your clothes.  You will be enjoying it for hours to come.
One of the most popular items is the hand cut fries.....people love these things.
The Big Ragu suggests trying the Freshly Squeezed Lemonade.  He has a theory that it takes away the onion breath that you will have after eating your sandwich.