Burghers & Sandwiches

— Delmonico a Go Go* —

This is the steak sandwich that just might heal a thousand vegetarians. It’s so much more than its diluted ancestor from Philly who’s now served at gas stations. We expertly grill a USDA Choice Delmonico steak, slice it, and place atop sturdy ciabatta roll with grilled onions, peppers, mushrooms, and Swiss cheese. Worthy of employing knife and fork, but you can use your hands.

— I Can Has Bacon Cheezburgher?* —

Rich, smokehouse bacon and sharp, bitey cheddar atop a manhole cover of grilled beef that’s more than able to satisfy even the most demanding carnivore. “Simple, bloody perfection,” say the critics. We think you’ll agree.

— The Garden Weasel —

Grilled zucchini and a portobello cap paired with roasted red peppers, tomatoes, onion, fresh mozzarella cheese, and basil pesto mayonnaise. Served on a grilled ciabatta roll or on a righteous gluten-free roll for a buck more. Fits nicely in the cup holder of your Prius.

— For Carnitas, You Can’t Beat Us —

Updating our pork sandwich for the lighter summer look, we’ve slowly braised shoulder in garlic and cilantro to make these ‘little meats’ bright and tender. Then we adorn ‘em with a little chipotle lime kale slaw, and some sweet pickled onion for pure pork indulgence. Try it on a pretzel roll or a gluten-free bun for just another buck!

— Henny Penny —

Spicy, blackened chicken breast grilled with melted cheddar, lettuce, tomato, onion, and a smoky, spicy, perky and piquant chipotle mayonnaise on a local ciabattini roll.

— Thanksgiving in Blawnox —

A turkey burgher just like Thanksgiving at Granma’s. Half a pound of ground turkey (not leftovers) with dried cranberries, sage stuffing, and a little rosemary aioli instead of giblet gravy. We recommend 7 hours of televised sports and a nap after this. Goin’ to Sears’s with mom tomorrow early.

* A note from the Allegheny County Health Department: Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish, or eggs may increase your risk of foodborne illness, especially if you have a medical condition. However, if you order something “well done,” we’re not gonna be held responsible for it being dry and flavorless!

Please call restaurant to ensure item availability. Like Nixon said, you can feed all of the people some of the time….