For novices’ and simplicity’s sake, Smarty Pants in Seattle and Burien calls it a Chicago Italian beef sandwich, but in Chicago, it’s just “a beef.” It’s shown here with a Seattle Handshake: a PBR and a shot of another Chicago specialty, Malört. (Ken Lambert / The Seattle Times)
(Ken Lambert / The Seattle Times)
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Where to get the sandwich made famous on ‘The Bear’ in Seattle

A guy we know who actually goes by "The Johnny Chicago" says Seattle's version of the sandwich made famous on "The Bear" is legit. All we know is that this Italian beef is really, really good.