Pat’s King of Steaks now available for order nationwide

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In this Aug. 13, 2014 file photo, a cheesesteak from Pat’s King of Steaks sits on a table where Democratic National Committee (DNC) representatives considering where to host the 2016 convention, ate lunch in Philadelphia. Democrats have selected Philadelphia as the site of the party’s 2016 national convention, choosing a patriotic backdrop for the nomination […]

PHILADELPHIA, PA (WCMH) — It’s one of Philadelphia’s most iconic restaurants, and now you can get it delivered here in Ohio.

Pat’s King of Steaks is now delivering cheesesteaks anywhere in the Continental United States. According to Philadelphia’s official tourism site, Pat Olivieri invented the cheesesteak in the 1930s.

To make it happen, the restaurant has teamed up with the website Goldbely. There, you can order a Pat’s Original Cheesesteak in either a 4 Pack, 8 Pack, or 12 pack, Wit or Wit-Out (onions), or with Whiz, Provolone or American.

The price? $99, $179, and $219 respectively. Shipping is free.

“When asked about Philadelphia many mention the legendary Rocky Balboa, maybe the Liberty Bell, or even recent Eagles hero Nick Foles. Wait, did someone say Philly Cheesesteaks? Pat’s King of Steaks perhaps…THE Pat’s that started this whole craze? Yes! Get the ORIGINAL Philly Cheesesteak now and treat those taste buds to royalty,” the website states.

The cheesesteaks are made to order, then frozen and shipped with ice packs. Once your order arrives, you’re supposed to put them in the fridge where they’ll stay good for 2-3 days. 

Then once you’re ready to eat, you simply place the foil-wrapped sandwich in a 300F oven for 10-14 minutes and enjoy.

Pat’s, which got its start back in the 1930’s, says it ships Tuesdays and Thursdays of each week.

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