Founder, Penn Station East Coast Subs
Jeff Osterfeld says he always has felt more comfortable working for himself. Growing up in a family of self-employed businessmen, he opened his first restaurant, a bagel and sandwich spot, less than a year after graduating college. That concept eventually morphed into what is now Penn Station East Coast Subs. Based in Cincinnati, the brand has a signature cheesesteak that is modeled after the famous Philadelphia sandwich, as well as hand-cut French fries. In its 27 years, Penn Station has ...
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