It was a hot and sunny day and we were on our way to the airport. Here goes!
|A view of the city from in front of Mr. Beef.|
|The fine guy making my sandwich. Their menu is impressive yet simple and the place is pretty funny and classic.|
|Sarcasm gets points for me. The place is not impressive, very humble but very famous.|
|Here's the video games looking the other way. It's a really long table.|
|By default, they make their sandwiches "wet", which means pre-dipped. I didn't mind. They also have the option for Sweet, Spicy, or both. This refers to the peppers that they add to the top of it. I went with Sweet & Hot because I'm just like that.|
|Here's what you're working with. It has really good beef. The bread is not so sloppy that it's a problem and the peppers are really good. Overall, it's a great sandwich.|
|Here it is in its raw form. You see the green peppers. It also has celery and carrots on it, which makes it fun. The size is pretty good.|
|They have a ton of signed celebrity art on the wall and the place is clearly famous. Note Andrew Dice Clay. (I don't mean this sarcastically, but he's the only one I recognize from this smaller pic.)|
|Sign of Mr. Beef.|
- Bread. 4 of 5. The bread's good. Nothing wrong with it. It absorbs the juice well and didn't get overly sloppy since it was pre-dipped.
- Meat. 4 of 5. Nothing wrong here. Good meat.
- Non-Meat Toppings. 5 of 5. The sweet and hot peppers were really good. They made the sandwich. I especially enjoyed the celery and carrot in there!
- Juice. 4 of 5. Nothing wrong here. I liked this as a 'wet' sandwich. It was good.
- Overall sandwich. 5 of 5. Best wet dip I've had so far. The peppers made it fun. It's not gourmet, it's just good!
- Overall Location and Experience. 5 of 5. This was a really neat place. A very classic French dip.