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Saddleoflamb Jul 9, 2012 09:46 AM

Will anyone confess to eating off the Sheetz menu, and how do you do your 3 for a dollar (with card) hotdogs.........just the no charge items ? Or do you splurge.
I've only had the dogs.....although stole a mozz stick from daughter and was pleasantly suprised.

  1. Bob W Jul 9, 2012 11:51 AM

    I like the breakfast offerings -- biscuitz, shmuffinz, etc. 8<D

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      cwdonald Jul 10, 2012 06:16 AM

      The coffee leaves a lot to be desired....

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        Bob W Jul 10, 2012 06:21 AM

        We live right near a very busy Sheetz, so the coffee is always fresh. It's not the strongest stuff, though.

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        Bob W Jul 10, 2012 06:21 AM

        That should be shmiscuitz. LOL

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        christy1122 Jul 10, 2012 08:20 AM

        Had the Fried Mac and Cheese Bites yesterday on my way from VA to GA....sure wish they had Sheetz in GA!!

        1. Davwud Jul 17, 2012 06:54 AM

          I've had the breakfast burritos a couple of times and while there are certainly better options out there you get quick and convenient here. Stopping at a Sheetz will give you what I like to call "Serviceable" food. It's not good but it's far from bad. It'll work in other words.

          DT

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            Velvet Elvis Jul 17, 2012 07:30 AM

            For convenience store food, their sliders and mozzarella sticks are pretty decent.

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              Burghfeeder Jul 28, 2012 07:46 PM

              I travel a lot in areas with Sheetz and frequently find that it's my only choice. The sandwiches are pretty good (for gas station food) and you can't beat the price.

              http://burghfeeding.blogspot.com/

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                The Professor Jul 28, 2012 08:37 PM

                Your right ....for gas station food the sandwiches are ok and priced reasonably.
                And certainly better than anything Subway sells.

              2. iluvcookies Jul 29, 2012 01:58 PM

                I've been to Sheetz in southern PA a few times (it's a stop my Dad likes to make when we visit family in VA).
                We haven't had the hot dogs, but I kind of like the french fries and Dad orders a different sandwich every time. (I think it's the computer ordering system that impresses him).
                Coffee is a little weaker than I'd like it to be, but it's always been fresh when I've had it.

                1. Bacardi1 Jul 29, 2012 02:14 PM

                  We have frequently enjoyed their "MTO (Made To Order) Sub Sanchwiches". Freshly made to order, lots of fresh ingredient & condiment selections, more than adequate amount of sandwich filling, & more than reasonable prices. Our favorites have been the hot "Grilled Chicken" & the cold "Classic Italian".

                  Stopping at Sheetz to pick up sandwiches & snacks before hitting the drive-in movie theatre has become a tradition.

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                    Rick Jul 29, 2012 05:52 PM

                    I almost hate to admit it but I really like the 6" meatball sub for $1.99! Toasted roll, 3 meatballs, roasted onions and peppers, plus the free parm sprinkled on top and I've found myself going back several times just for this. The meatballs aren't great and have that rubbery frozen swedish meatball texture but for some reason I love it lol.

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                      lutherben Jul 29, 2012 06:08 PM

                      I feed a whole crowd on the Hot Dogs. I'll go get 12 and take them to the pool where my son hangs out. I'm a hero.

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                        gostillerz Aug 10, 2012 11:19 AM

                        I used to love Sheetz, but a Get-Go (similar thing owned by Giant Eagle) opened up about the same distance as my Sheetz. They destroy Sheetz in almost everything. Their steak and Italian hoagies are better than every pizza joint around here. They even have kielbasa and hot sausage hoagies.

                        I really miss the hot pepper relish Sheetz used to have though.

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                          Bacardi1 Aug 10, 2012 01:27 PM

                          Have they stopped offering that hot pepper relish? I haven't had a sub from them lately, so don't know for sure if they've stopped offering it here. But then I keep a jar of that hot pepper sub relish in the fridge, so as long as I'm going to be eating my sub at home, I'm set.

                          Maybe they decided that since they also offer pickled jalapeno slices, that the relish was almost the same thing, so nixed the relish thanks to the Tex-Mex craze & more folks interested in Jalapenos.

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