Tony Luke’s is hard to miss, with its silver sheen and the prodigious amount of neon.
Tony Luke’s logo involves a hoagie-topped Liberty Bell and either Benjamin Franklin or a pistol-packing pirate. Either way, Anthony Lucidonio, Jr. (AKA Tony Luke, Jr.) who doubles as an actor, triples as a singer-songwriter, and quadruples as a boxer, knows how to construct a kick-ass sandwich.
Tony Luke’s menu features numerous beef, pork, veal, chicken, and steak sandwiches, but before we even arrived, I knew exactly what I’d order.
Somehow, the fresh Italian bread held together under the strain of all the ingredients. It was a very good pork sandwich. Some family members claimed there was too much garlic. I disagree.
Tony Luke’s cheesesteak could have used grilled onions, and the bread was a bit dry, but it was still commendable.