It is widely accepted that the cheesesteak sandwich was born in South Philadelphia sometime during the 1930's at Pat's Steaks. Some sources say that the sandwich was originally thin sliced rib-eye marinated in pizza sauce, until Pat's put cheese on it. A real cheesesteak consists of steak, real American or Provolone Cheese. It's simple and tasty.
75 years later, Benny's Cheesesteaks was born. Based out of Dublin, Ohio, Benny's brings authentic cheesesteaks. We try to stay true to the history using lean thin sliced steak, fresh grilled onions and American Cheese. We cook it to order and serve it on Italian bread from Amoroso's Baking Company. The bread is what makes our cheesesteaks famous! You simply cannot make an authentic cheesesteak sandwich without an authentic Philly roll, according to Philadelphians. The roll must be long and thin, not fluffy or soft or too hard. You can add green peppers, mushrooms, sweet peppers, hot peppers or even olives. We'll make it any way you like it. We're sure that once you've tried one, you'll be back for more!