Hang on to your cake shakes, Portillo's fans. In just a couple of months, the Illinois restaurant chain beloved by Chicago transplants throughout the Valley will be bringing its Chicago-style hot dogs, Italian beef, hamburgers, and sandwiches to Arizona -- specifically Scottsdale.
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Sheesh Portillo's, what took you so long?
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