At Hoagie City Diner, on the corner of Olive and 18th streets, the emphasis is on the diner. Diners can sit at one of the stools at the counter and watch their food cooked up on the grill right in front of them or take a seat at one of the tables. Menu items range from Chinese and Korean food, such as bul go gi, jap chae, bimbap and fried rice, to sizzling hot burgers and gyros. At Hoagie City, breakfast is served all day, featuring traditional American fare including grits, hash browns, omelets and sausage biscuits. Street parking is available along both Olive and 18th streets, and diners can call ahead for takeout orders. Hoagie City accepts cash or credit, but there is a $7.50 minimum on cards. Open for breakfast and lunch, their menu also includes a large selection of submarine-style sandwiches loaded with various sliced meats and cheeses, known in a few places across the country, notably Philadelphia, as hoagies.

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At Hoagie City Diner, on the corner of Olive and 18th streets, the emphasis is on the diner. Diners can sit at one of the stools at the counter and watch their food cooked up on the grill right in front of them or take a seat at one of the tables. Menu items range from Chinese and Korean food, such as bul go gi, jap chae, bimbap and fried rice, to sizzling hot burgers and gyros. At Hoagie City, breakfast is served all day, featuring traditional American fare including grits, hash browns, omelets and sausage biscuits. Street parking is available along both Olive and 18th streets, and diners can call ahead for takeout orders. Hoagie City accepts cash or credit, but there is a $7.50 minimum on cards. Open for breakfast and lunch, their menu also includes a large selection of submarine-style sandwiches loaded with various sliced meats and cheeses, known in a few places across the country, notably Philadelphia, as hoagies.

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Price: $
Payment Type: All Major Credit Cards, cash

Parking: Meters, Street


Reservations: Accepted, Not Necessary


Attire: Casual

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