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Texadelphia is a chain of 13 restaurants in Texas and one Oklahoma location specializing in unique cheesesteak sandwiches. Established in Austin, Texas in 1981 on The Drag, a portion of Guadalupe Street near The University of Texas, Texadelphia has locations in and around Austin, Dallas, Houston & the Rio Grande Valley, plus Oklahoma City.
In 2008, Texadelphia founder Joel Stanley sold the company to a group of investors and the headquarters was moved from Austin to Dallas. At that time there were 19 restaurants in the chain, including one location in San Antonio which closed in July 2012. Texadelphia restaurants are independently owned franchises.
On May 10, 2013, Texadelphia closed its original Guadalupe Street location after 32 years due to high renovation costs for the building. Texadelphia currently has 3 other Austin locations.
- "The Sampler Plate". XL Food and Drink. Austin 360. April 19, 2006. Retrieved 2006-04-27.
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