A new cheesesteak restaurant had debuted in Loudoun County, using the ghost kitchen concept made popular during the height of the pandemic. It’s called Pardon My Cheesesteak and we’ll give you one guess what their specialty is.
Pardon My Cheesesteak is operating out of the Slapfish space at One Loudoun. But to be clear — we’re told it’s an entirely separate company from Slapfish. They are leasing space in the Slapfish kitchen to produce their cheesesteaks and other dishes.
And you can’t walk in and order a cheesesteak at Slapfish. As with most ghost kitchens, Pardon My Cheesesteak must be ordered via an online app and is available via delivery or carryout only.
On its website, the brand describes itself thusly: “Pardon My Cheesesteak virtual restaurant is for those craving cheesesteaks and loaded fries topped with thinly sliced steak or chicken, melted cheese and grilled onions.”
The simple menu includes a variety of cheesesteak styles including a Classic Cheesesteak, a Chipotle Cheesesteak, a Buffalo Chicken Cheesesteak and more. You can check out the whole menu here.
The brand has locations across the country, but the One Loudoun kitchen is the first in the immediate area. Their next closest is one in the Fair Oaks Mall in Fairfax County.
How are they sourcing their bread? Most non-Amoroso breads lack the structural integrity to deliver a proper cheesesteak from plate to mouth. Are they importing bread or are they drying out the meat to maintain cohesion?
Oh John…thank you for sharing your arrogant comment. 👀🙄 Looking forward to you opening your own cheesesteak restaurant. I’m sure it will be perfect for cheesesteak elitists.
He’s broken in half!! Bah gawd almighty, That man HAS A FAMILY!
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