Roast beef sandwiches are a pleasant, time-tested choice for comfort food. Although they may be found all around the country, there are a lot of regional variations and well-known versions that are interesting to try.
Since 1979, Mr. Beef on Orleans has been roasting beef with Italian seasonings, slicing it thinly, and letting it enjoy its own juice while waiting to be consumed.
The best Italian sub shops in the nation may be found in New York City. It's about as traditional as it gets because an Italian immigrant founded Defonte's about a century ago.
Chamberlain's Roast Beef is a tiny, bare-bones business that sells superb roast beef in the Booths Corner Farmers Market.
Beach and turf In the Boston area, roast beef sandwiches are a way of life, and Kelly's Roast Beef is one of the original suppliers.
Pit beef is a common sandwich made with charcoal-roasted beef on a bun that is served all around the Baltimore area.
Taxidermy is displayed on the walls of this Wisconsin dive pub, which has a laid-back atmosphere and many regulars.
spicy beef The hot beef sandwich is a well-liked and more filling option at Sill's Cafe, even though the Utah-style, deep-fried scones with honey butter on top are what most guests order.
Poor boy with hot roast beef People typically picture fried oysters or shrimp when they think about po'boy sandwiches.
Over 20 years ago, HoneyHole opened as a creative, eccentric pub and sandwich shop. Every every component of a sandwich, including the roasted tri-tip steak used in the Gooch, is produced from scratch.