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Big B's Hangover Opens in Former Philadelphia Sandwich Company Spot

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For those in Old Town Scottsdale in search of cheesesteaks, meatball sandwiches, and cold hoagies -- especially in the late evening hours -- and who might not have heard the news that the Philadelphia Sandwich Company has moved (and re-opened) to a larger space at 4225 North Craftsman Court, not to worry, Big B's Hangover is ready to serve as of noon today.

Located at the northwest corner of Scottsdale Road and 5th Avenue, Big B's Hangover comes courtesy of Bryan Chittenden, who, along with partners Greg Donnally and Andrew Nam, own Stingray Sushi, Geisha A Go-Go, Jimmy Woo's, and Spanish Fly in addition to the now-shuttered Drift. Chittenden is also partnering with Donnally on a new cantina, patio bar, and restaurant in Scottsdale called El Santo opening on May 4th.

Read on for more details and to check out the menu.

Although some of the items between Big B's and the Philadelphia Sandwich Company are similar (cheesesteak showdown anyone?), Big B's offers additional gut-busting faves such as sliders, specialty dogs, and sides like sweet potato tater tots and chicken fingers. And unlike PSC's 24-hour, always-open schedule, Big B's will cater to the late-night crowd by staying open until 1 a.m. Monday through Wednesday and until 3 a.m. Thursday through Sunday.

Here's the menu:

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