The Apache-style burger at Grindhouse Killer Burgers is a freshly ground hamburger patty (two of them, if you want) is topped with roasted Hatch green chilies, pepper jack cheese and grilled onions. Read more.
Two freshly ground thin patties are griddle-cooked, giving the edges alluring crispy bits. Oozing, melting American cheese and a pillowy soft bun. Read more.
The Earl Dog may be the best drunk food in town. A big, fluffy bun, a 100-percent Angus dog with all the snap and salt you crave. Get it with the works. Read more.
The Jalapeño focaccia is barely bread at all, but rather a means by which to shove spicy-ass cheese in your face. Read more.
When you eat the Medio Dia sandwich you will say "hasta luego" to the classic Cuban sandwich and say hello to this stunning version on a pineapple "submarino" roll. Read more.
A mega hangover calls for mega relief, and this hulking Mega torta sandwich gets the job done. Read more.
As good as any cheese steak you'll get on a Philly street corner. A long, soft hoagie roll stuffed with chopped marinated skirt steak, round and sirloin beef oozes Cheez Whiz. Read more.
The Pulled pork barbecue sandwich is available only on Mondays during P'cheen's weekly barbecue extravaganza, this sandwich hits all the sloppy, spicy, piggy notes to satiate that 'cue craving. Read more.
The Reuben panini gets the reuben right and ups the ante by pressing the sandwich down panini style. So this notoriously messy specimen is not only easy to eat, but portable as well. Read more.
The Bandeja paisa has every creamy, greasy, meaty, sweet and salty craving satiated on one plate of food. Read more.