Who’s up for a nice steak-and-cheese sub (or cheesesteak, if you prefer)?
The cheesesteak, of course, originated in Philadelphia, but Dracut has some pretty good ones, too, and since March 24 is National Cheesesteak Day, why not indulge?
Of course, every pizza and sub shop features a steak-and-cheese sub. It’s a staple, up there with the Italian and the ham sub. Some full-service restaurants also offer their own versions as well.
Here are establishments in Dracut that have steak-and-cheese subs, steak bombs or steak-tip subs on their regular menus. Tell them Dracut Economic Development sent you. And let us know your favorite Dracut cheesesteak.
A-Brew’s Tap & Grill, 1794 Bridge Street.
Auto Grill @ A.L. Prime, 2083 Bridge Street.
Bobola’s Family Restaurant, 1420 Lakeview Avenue.
Brickhouse Pizza, 2006 Lakeview Avenue.
Brothers Pizza, 1734 Lakeview Avenue.
Brothers Sports Bar & Grille, 101 Broadway Road, has a whole section of its menu dedicated to cheese steaks.
Coco’s Café & Catering, 197 Merrimack Avenue, offers its own twists: Chimi Steak and Patacon Steak.
Dracut House of Pizza & Seafood Restaurant, 1067 Lakeview Avenue, has a variety of cheesesteak options.
Family Pizza, 1595 Lakeview Avenue.
G&G Quick Bite, 1084 Lakeview Avenue.
J&J House of Pizza, 1480 Broadway Road.
Jimmy’s Restaurant & Pizza House, 282 Pleasant Street.
Lisa’s Family Pizzeria, 1794 Bridge Street.
O’Hara’s Tavern, 1734 Lakeview Avenue.
Paddy’s Ale House, 1629 Lakeview Avenue.
Pizza Club, 1275 Bridge Street, has several offerings, including the Bridge Street Belly.
Primo Pizza, 149 Parker Avenue.
Romano’s Pizza & Roast Beef, 1794 Bridge Street.
Royal House of Roast Beef, 1489 Broadway Street
Tavern on the Line, 1794 Bridge Street.
Village House of Pizza, 14 Broadway Road.