The Beef on Weck is a delectable roast beef sandwich served on a kummelweck bread with horseradish and jus for dipping.
If you're really hungry, choose a torta de adobada (spicy beef), milanesa (cutlet), or huevo (eggs) smothered with avocado, tomatoes, and peppers on a soft bread.
The Pimento sandwich, a simple hot sandwich with delicious pimento cheese between two slices of buttered Texas toast puts every other grilled cheese to shame.
There's nothing like a bevvy of Italian sliced meats and cheeses, topped with briny olive salad and sandwiched between a massive round Sicilian sesame bread.
The Hot Brown from Kentucky resembles an egg Benedict more than any of the other sandwiches on this list.
The Po' boy, served on a crusty French baguette with mayo, tomatoes, lettuce, butter, pickles, and Louisiana spicy sauce, is Louisiana's second mention on this list.
the USA gets to take credit for its perfect mix of pulled pork, ham, cheese, mustard, and homemade pickles atop a toasted Cuban loaf.
In Los Angeles, there is a bitter debate of who came up with the French Dip sandwich first; Philippe’s or Cole’s.
the Reuben came from New York City or from Omaha, Nebraska, we can definitely all agree that corned beef, sauerkraut, swiss, and Russian dressing on rye is something magical.
The Juicy Lucy, however, is a Minneapolis original – a delicious steamed burger with the cheese on the inside instead of on the outside.