And it’s not as messy as you would think.
This smaller, dressed-up version of the New Orleans classic is a great option for a meal before strolling through Millennium Park.
The new West Loop spot has a 1/2-inch thick slab of uncured pork belly, and it’s good for every bite.
The meat-heavy spot in Logan Square has a worthwhile vegetable club as well.
The River North spot uses a tender and fatty braised pork collar in their sandwich.
Skip the $60 caviar at this River North spot in favor of an affordable sandwich with just the right amount of sweetness—though it could use some more jus.
The tasty sandwich combines extra savory ham with a feisty arbol chile salsa.
The Old Irving Park eatery combines juicy meat with an ultra crispy exterior, but the real secret is the waffle.