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Matt and Mo’s brings a pleasing primer on Chicago’s Italian beef sandwich to Detroit

At first glance, the Italian beef sandwich isn't much more than a massive roast-beef hoagie, a blue-collar staple from Chicago's south side that's almost cartoonish as it drips wet from a quick dip in a jus bath. The package is a bit blunt in its presentation, but accessible and comes at a low price point, making it hard not to think of it as Chicago's answer to Philly's cheesesteak.
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Instant Pot Italian Beef

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Portillo’s, known for hot dogs and Italian beef, plans to go public

Portillo’s, the fast casual chain known for hot dogs, Italian beef sandwiches and chocolate cake shakes, plans to go public, the company said Monday. Oak Brook, Illinois-based Portillo’s confidentially submitted a draft registration statement with federal regulators. The company said it is still determining the number of shares it will offer and the price range it will seek, but the Wall Street Journal reported it is targeting a valuation of $2.5 billion to $3 billion.
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