Sunday, March 24, is National Cheesesteak Day and 1 West Chester eatery plans on celebrating massive. 

Roots Café will give away “The Antidote,” a breakfast cheesesteak with CBD, for cost-free to the initially 50 dine-in or takeout prospects, starting at eight a.m.


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Owners John Hearn and Dan Merola known as National Cheesesteak Day the “excellent chance” to introduce the sandwich to the restaurant’s menu.

The breakfast cheesesteak ($12) includes seared ribeye steak, ham, sausage, pork roll, bacon, peppers, fried onions, a property-produced cheese whiz composed of gruyere, pepperjack, white cheddar and American cheeses, and is topped with two farm-fresh sunny side up eggs. All of that goes on a Sarcone’s Bakery roll, with the addition of five milligrams of CBD oil.

“The sunny side up eggs and CBD oil are optional when we’re not providing them away, but otherwise we are not capable to make any substitutions or modifications to what we really feel is a seriously satisfying masterpiece,” said Merola.

“I’d place this belly filler up against any breakfast sandwich or cheesesteak anyplace,” added Hearn.

Roots is positioned in at 133 East Gay Street in West Chester. The restaurant is open Tuesday by way of Sunday from eight a.m. to three p.m. Thursday by way of Saturday, Roots is also open for dinner from six p.m. to 9:30 p.m.


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