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Augie6 Oct 18, 2011 01:28 PM

Until last weekend, I have not had sheetz food since college. It basicly filled a void between 2:30am unitl about 8am , with the limited money I had. Since then never went back...

Yesterday, My friend bought me a steak and cheese and I was seriously surprised!!!

The bread was toasted perfectly and chewy on the inside. The steak em type meat was not the star of the show, but still had a good texture and tasted decent. The cheese however, was PERFECT, warm , melty , combined everythign together. Now, this is no where near my idea of ideal steak sandwhich, but I will def keep in mind for a quick bite. And the fact it is under 5 bucks doesnt hurt in a pinch

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    centralpadiner Oct 18, 2011 06:34 PM

    Couldn't agree more. When traveling, I'd much rather make a quick stop for an MTO at Sheetz than the typical fast food options! I live in the land where Sheetz meets Wawa with Turkey Hill being the local underdog. Sheetz wins, IMO.

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      traveleryvette Oct 18, 2011 08:04 PM

      A trip to or from Mercer Co or Ashtabula Oh (rt 11) wouldn't be complete for me without a stop at a Sheetz for coffee and a snack . MTO haven't had one in a while. Sounds good.

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      mookleknuck Oct 19, 2011 07:39 AM

      +1 Sheetz - my choice if I have to stop for a quick bathroom and food break! Surprisingly okay fries as well as decent service.

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        cleobeach Oct 19, 2011 08:20 AM

        I agree. I avoid all forms of fast food but I will stop by Sheetz when the need arises. Our local Sheetz is insanely busy so I know the food turns over constantly. The same people have worked there for years and seem happy enough. (I take this as a good sign about any establishment)

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        Burghfeeder Oct 19, 2011 08:44 AM

        As one who spends a lot of time on the road, Sheetz is my go-to for a quick, pretty good sandwich. I think it's as good or even better than the sub shop chains, and on top of that the price is right and the service is fast.

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