In 2004, a national men’s magazine selected the ten best sandwiches in the country. One of these was the South Side Slopes Headwich at Fat Heads.

The Southside Slopes Headwich consists of fried pierogies, kielbasa, American cheese, grilled onions, and horsey sauce on a giant, fresh bun that is specially made at a local bakery. The sandwich is barely held together by two of the biggest toothpicks I have seen in my life that spear an olive before they impale the headwich. Filling the rest of the plate is a large pile of freshly made potato chips with a wing sauce for dipping. All of this for a very reasonable $8.25.
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By: Parabellum
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