Tony Luke's is Changing It's Name to Tony and Nick's Steaks

PHILADEPHIA - The name change is an attempt to resolve legal issues surrounding the company. The name change follows a cease and desist letter that The Original Tony Luke's received in Philadelphia. The move is an effort to distinguish the brand from other steakhouses in the same area. However, the changes are not without controversy. In the meantime, we can look forward to more interesting changes.

After more than 20 years in business, Tony Luke's has expanded beyond Philadelphia. The brand has locations throughout the U.S., including New York City and Philadelphia. The company first introduced its cheesesteak in 1992. Today, the chain supplies locations with high-quality Rib-eye steak, and they also source vegetables from local farmers in South Jersey. The sandwiches are served on fresh-baked bread.

The Original Tony Luke's steakhouse will become Tony and Nick's Steakhouse. The South Philadelphia location is separate from the franchise, and the name change will only apply to the restaurant in that location. The original Tony Luke's was founded by Tony Lucidonio, Sr., who is also the owner of Tony and Nick's. However, the brand has since been tarnished due to a family feud.

The name change will benefit many people in the South Philly area. After nearly 30 years of business, the South Philly cheesesteak joint will change its name to Tony and Nick's Steaks. The new name will be more appealing to customers, who can look forward to better food at the same time as the legendary cheesesteak. Once the new name has been decided, the business can focus on making its customers happy.

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