Capo's Italian Beef Sandwich Sticks To Chicagoland Simplicity

Bombacigno's. Pop's. Johnnie's. In Chicagoland, legendary Italian beef sandwich joints dot the junk food landscape. Here in the bay area? Not so much. Rosamunde used to serve a stellar version that lost its menu spot due to lack of interest. Both street cart Da Beef and SOMA neighbor The Grill do respectable renditions using the tried and true Vienna brand but neither are exactly destination worthy. So leave it to Tony Gemignani, who pulls off serving 13 styles of pizza between his two sit-down eateries, to take on an authentic Italian beef sandwich ($11) at the Chicago themed Capo's.

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