Businesses That Fell Short Of Hype
One Yelper says of the Gaglione Brothers: Now I see what all the hypes about. Thats an impressive feat considering how rare it is for a business to live up to the hype. Here are some businesses that failed to match the ballyhoo:
- Rad Randy McCools Laser Tag and Dream-Come-True-ery
- Paul Liefield, Certified Public Accountant and Licensed Best Friend
- Be Better Looking! The Printer and Toner Outlet
- Dr. Ted Everythingsfine MRI Clinic
- The Hamburger Stand The Girl You Like Is At
Gaglione Bros Famous Steaks & Subs Ends Run In San Diego’s Point Loma After Nearly Two Decades In Business
After nearly two decades serving Philadelphia-style cheesesteaks in San Diego’s Point Loma, Gaglione Bros Famous Steaks & Subs has shuttered its Midway District location. The space will soon become Evan’s Deli & Brew.
Brothers Joe, Andy and Tony Gaglione opened their first sandwich shop in San Diego’s Point Loma neighborhood in 2004 and immediately gained a loyal following for its menu of Philadelphia cheesesteaks, sandwiches, and smothered fries. In 2010, the brothers opened a second location off Friars Road near Kaiser Permanente Hospital in Grantville. Gaglione Bros has also had a stand inside Petco Park stadium since 2017 and will be one of the opening vendors at San Diego State University’s incoming Snapdragon Stadium, set to open this coming September.
Gaglione Bros has shuttered its flagship Midway district location as of today. The space will soon be taken over by Evan Barash, who will open a new sandwich shop Evan’s Deli & Brew in the sprawling unit within Midway Towne Center. Gaglione Bros will continue to operate its Friars Road branch and may open additional locations in the near future.
For more information about Gaglione Bros Famous Steaks & Subs, visit gaglionebros.com.