Tune your six-string stomach before the menu's main act with fresh mushrooms hand breaded and fried to a crispy treat that's best dunked in ranch ($6.99), or pull a Hendrix and set it on fire with an order of eight succulent buffalo wings with celery and blue cheese ($6.99). Salads that seduce hunger without popping a button include the Black n' Blue ($8.99), topped with famously flavorful filet mignon spread over mixed greens, tomatoes, cucumbers, red onions, and blue cheese, with crostini and olive relish. As far as headliners go, Tip Top's sandwich department strikes a chord with taste receptors, offering certified Angus steakburgers in 1/4 lb. ($5.99), 1/2 lb. ($6.99), 3/4 lb. ($7.99), and 1,237 lb. whole-cow options. The Reuben ($7.99) pile-drives famished mouths with slow-roasted corned beef stacked on thick-cut marbled rye and blanketed by swiss cheese, sauerkraut, and Thousand Island dressing. Like cigars, area rugs, and Spanish r's, some things are best when rolled. The buffalo or ranch grilled-chicken wrap ($7.99) tightly packs a culinary cylinder full of grilled chicken breast, lettuce, bacon, cheese, pico de gallo, and choice of sauce, served with cottage cheese and fruit. All sandwiches are served with fries, cole slaw, and a pickle javelin.