The Guilty Pleasure: Combo Sandwich
Where To Get It: Chicago's Taylor Street Deli, Scottsdale Road north of Loop 202
Price: $6 ($7 with peppers, highly recommended)
What It Really Costs: You might want to get your shirt dry-cleaned after eating.
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