Lorenzo's Steaks and Hoagies employees should probably be sick of people asking where the pizza is. There is a Lorenzo and Sons Pizza 5 minutes away from this place. My family and I were waiting for the West Chester Railroad to depart, so we stopped in for what I thought was the pizza spot. I asked the cashier if this was the famous pizza place. He politely informed me that it was not. He proceeded to give me some recommendations. I took a menu and left saying that I had to see what my wife wanted (she initially wanted pizza).
Feeling guilty about this case of mistaken identity, I convinced my wife to try out this place (and we drove over to get a couple of slices from Lorenzo and Sons later). We ordered a grilled chicken salad and 10 buffalo wings. Both were very large portions. The salad was pretty standard. The wings were huge, but I think the sauce had some barbeque mixed in. While I did like them, it wasn't the best sauce in the world. The do offer whole wings, too, but they take twice as long to cook.
Other than that, it had the feel of a classic steak and hoagie shop. The clatter of the grill, the smell of chopped onions and luncheon meat; I really would like to try their cheesesteaks out.
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