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The Taylor Street original Al’s is the oldest and most famous Italian beef in town -- and surely the most expensive, too.But order a combo, and you won’t regret the price once you taste the combination of sausage (grilled over charcoal right there behind the cash register), and beef in Al’s unique, cinnamon-tinged, grease-unafraid gravy.

It begins with local dairy farmers near Beaver Dam, WI and Lowville, NY who take pride in their products.Fries are forgettable, Italian ice a mild diversion, but the beef is as good as it gets.Bari's an Italian grocer known for delicious sandwiches like their Italian beef -- house-made giardiniera, thick-cut beef with savory gravy, and a sturdy roll that will hold up to all that hearty stuff inside.University Village’s Al’s Italian Beef is a strong believer in letting you choose how juicy you want it to be, it being their famous original Italian Beef sandwich, of course.The beef, which is thinly sliced and dry-roasted in a secret recipe blend of pure spices and natural juices, undergoes a hot-and-sweet-pepper-gravy transformation at increments ranging from “dry” and “dipped” to “regular” and “wet.” The counter-serve restaurant also offers fresh cut fries, char-grilled burgers, tamales, and chili.But we don't stop at farm fresh milk and real cream.

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