11 Best Hoagie Places In The Scranton Area
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11 Best Hoagie Places In The Scranton Area

In no particular order, because they're all so good.

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11 Best Hoagie Places In The Scranton Area

Scrantonians are truly spoiled in two areas: pizza and hoagies. There's truly nothing like biting into a big hoagie, and the Scranton area has some of the best.

Cangiano's

Website: Cangiano's

Facebook: Cangiano's

Address: 235 Scranton Carbondale Highway, Scranton, Pennsylvania 18508

Phone: (570) 507-7122

What I recommend: my personal favorite is the cangiano, which is a classic cold Italian hoagie, but my roommate's favorite is the guytano, which is their meatball hoagie!

Catalano's Imports

Website: Catalano's

Facebook: Catalano's

Address: 130 S Main Avenue, Scranton, Pennsylvania 18504

Phone: (570) 344-4644

What I recommend: hot hoagie (they have hot or sweet!)

Roseanna's Pizza

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Website:Roseanna's

Facebook: Roseanna's

Address: 501 N. Hyde Park Ave. Scranton, PA 18504

Phone: (570) 346-7388

What I recommend: classic Italian

Pizza Plus

Facebook: Pizza Plus

Address: 1675 N Keyser Ave., Scranton, Pennsylvania 18508-1753

Phone: (570) 961-8593

What I recommend: steak & cheese

Vincenzo's Pizzaria and Catering

Website: Vincenzo's

Facebook: Vincenzo's

Address: 131 N Main Ave, Scranton, PA 18504

Phone: (570) 347-1060

What I recommend: hot wing hoagie

Carmella's Italian Deli & Pastries

Website: Carmella's

Facebook: Carmella's

Address: 106 N Main Ave in Scranton, PA 18504

Phone: (570) 969-2112

What I recommend: the west sider or turkey supreme

Nickie's Fabulous Hoagies

Facebook: Nickie's Hoagies

Address: 507 South State Street, Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania 18411or 1309 Swetland St, Scranton, PA 18504

Phone: (570) 319-5185 (Clark's Summit) or (570) 961-9061 (Scranton- West Side)

What I recommend: classic Italian

Hank's Hoagies

Website: Hank's

Facebook: Hank's

Address: 1224 Woodlawn St., Scranton, Pennsylvania 18509

Phone: (570) 961-8265

What I recommend: steak & cheese or Italian

Cara Mia's Gourmet Delicatessen & Pizzaria

Website: Cara Mia's

Facebook: Cara Mia's

Address: 210-212 E. Drinker St., Dunmore, PA 18509

Phone: (570) 344-1633

What I recommend: pepper shooter hoagie or chicken & vodka

Pepper's Pizza & Subs

Website: Pepper's

Facebook: Pepper's

Address: 814 Theodore St., Scranton, Pennsylvania 18508

Phone: (570) 341-7511

What I recommend: hot wing chicken cheesesteak or Boars Head roast beef

Berlew's Hoagies

Website: Berlew's

Facebook: Berlew's

Address: 515 Main Street, Moosic, Pennsylvania 18507

Phone: (570) 451-7467

What I recommend: tuna hoagie or the American

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