Food & Drink

5 great hangover sandwiches, one of which involves a cronut

Published On 09/09/2013 Published On 09/09/2013
devil dawg cronut burger
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1. Devil Dawgs 2147 N Sheffield Ave, Chicago, IL 60614

Devil Dawgs is a Chicago hot dog and snack stand that's got some awesome sandwiches and chars.

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2. Cheesie's Pub & Grub 958 W Belmont Ave, Chicago, IL 60657

Available in massive 12" iterations plus smaller chump-ready sizes, Cheesie's riffs on grilled cheeses include the Mac (American & Merkts w/ actual mac & cheese), and the bacon/ cheddar/ cream cheese Jalapeno Popper.

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3. bopNgrill 6604 N Sheridan Rd, Chicago, IL 60626

BopNgrill is, in short, a Korean-American fast-food joint. The menu is split between plates (chicken katsu and marinated beef bulkogi) and burgers, like the umami-loaded Duxelle burger with sundried tomato confit, mayo, bacon, and smoked gouda. Trust us: BopNgrill's fusion creations will convert you to the kimchi-and-barbecue-based ways of Korean cuisine.

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4. Lucky's Sandwich Co. 3472 N Clark St, Chicago, IL 60657

Lucky's serves up Pittsburgh-style sandos that'll fill ya up, especially if you get a side of their deep-fried hunks of Provolone. Attempt the Lucky’s Challenge, because why opt for just one Pittsburgh-style hulk sandwich with fries and coleslaw in it when you could have THREE stacked with different kinds of deli meats? Devour all overstuffed sandwiches within an hour, and all of 'em are on the house and your pretty mug will live on wall of fame style, which is just as cool as doing it for Man v. Food, right?

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5. Butcher & The Burger 1021 W Armitage Ave, Chicago, IL 60614

B&TB is a 50% meat-monger & 50% 30-seat hamburger hawker outfitted with a custom zinc bar, a century-old farm table from the Allegheny mountains, and retro gear including a manually operated 1926 cuber designed for "minute steaks," and mid-19th century Dayton scales. Oh, and burgers (duh).