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Which Philly Connection Sandwich goes Best with these Philadelphia Artists?

Atlanta favorite Philly cheesesteak restaurant, Philly Connection, serves up hot and delicious Philly cheesesteaks daily. Whenever people eat a sandwich, certain songs and feelings come to mind. We compared the five Philly Connection sandwiches to five famous Philadelphia musicians.

My Cheesesteak is considered the personality of the sandwiches because the customer is able to build his or her own creation. While beefing up the flavor of your sandwich, you can BE RIGHT THERE and pick your choice of cheese ranging from provolone, white American, and pepper-jack. Using your MIND, you can pick from over ten toppings. This sandwich will cause you to wonder WHERE ARE Ü NOW! Since this sandwich has so much room for individuality and creativity, we believe it is best compared to famous Philadelphia DJ, Diplo. Because of his exuberant personality and character displayed though his music and lifestyle, he is most similar to the My Cheesesteak sandwich because the sandwich has the most room to EXPRESS YOURSELF.

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The Original consists of grilled extra-lean steak, grilled onions, and white American cheese, and it is delicious whether you are a poor boy or a RICH GIRL. It’s the classic cheesesteak- one you’ll never say “I CAN’T GO FOR THAT” to. Kind of like Philadelphia music duo, Hall & Oates, both bring us back to a feeling of how things used to be. Just don’t say we’re OUT OF TOUCH.

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The Plain Jane sandwich is stacked with grilled lean steak and white American cheese. The sandwich is great as is, because it contains such simplicity and beauty since it is just WHAT THEY DO. The Plain Jane and the Roots almost contain a GAME THEORY from the immense appreciation of the band and the bands local history. Going back to the Philly Connection’s Plain Jane sandwich, which has been a fan favorite since the franchise came to Atlanta in 1984, the Roots were also on the rise during the same era, but both had people saying YOU GOT ME. Their classic jazz and eclectic sound is comparable to how many consumers of the Plain Jane sandwich feel. HERE I COME to get my Plain Jane!

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The Mushroom sandwich is basically the Original, but accompanied with mushrooms. Hold on – LET ME BLOW YOUR MIND… mushrooms are viewed as a controversial Philly cheesesteak topping, as were female rappers in the early 2000’s. A comparison we made was to Philadelphia artist Eve because she was viewed unfavorably by some, but loved by others- she had everyone wondering “WHO’S THAT GIRL?”. This is how many Philly cheesesteak consumers feel about added mushrooms as a topping, but you will receive immense SATISFACTION.

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Lastly, the Cheesesteak Sub is the Original, but with lettuce, tomato, olive oil, and oregano – when you see it on the menu, you’ll want to get down on BENDED KNEE and propose to your sandwich artist. This unique sandwich reminds us of legendary Philly musician group Boys II Men. The R&B music they perform allows listeners to feel the song in all of their senses, just like the Cheesesteak Sub does. It’ll taste like a classic Italian sub and a Philly cheesesteak decided to say “I’LL MAKE LOVE TO YOU”. Head to Philly Connection and try it yourself ONE SWEET DAY.

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