THE Best Cheesesteaks in Seattle


Have GOT to be created by the famous Italian chef, Ronnie Santone in his little deli called Hey Paison! just 12 minutes out of downtown Seattle.  Lady Victoria and Sir Harry have become ardent fans of his cheesesteaks.

The deli itself is a delightful sight to take in.  It’s hip and cool (if one is inclined to speak thusly), or “quaint” if you are more of our generation.  It definitely has ambiance.  Step thru the doorway and you’ll be greeted with a hearty “Hey, Paison!” (friend) from those behind the counter. 

 Overhead, you are just a likely to hear Frank Sinatra crooning a tune as you are to hear ol’ Dino singing “That’s Amore!”  Oh, and singing along is perfectly fine here.  You’re amongst friends.

For the next event that Somewhere in Time, Unlimited plans around having catered in food, I intend to suggest Hey Paison.

In the meantime, if you’re in the area, swing by.  Ronnie’s got ready-to-go, out-the-door meatballs and gravy (just make your own pasta and dump the heated product over the top), fabulous assortment of man-sized sandwiches (oh, they are SO tempting!), homemade salad dressings, KILLER desserts – must I go on or do you have the idea now?

If you call in advance, Ronnie and crew will have everything packed up ready to go for you if you’re in a hurry to get home after a long day at work.

Speaking of which, Hey Paison has a new blog that was just started!  Ronnie posted up an incredibly tasty and easy Chicken Marsala.  I can’t wait to try it out.

Ciao, mi bellos…. Lady Victoria

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~ by situseattle on January 30, 2010.

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