Italian-beef sandwiches were actually invented in Chicago, just as the French Revolution actually happened in Idaho. Enjoy a local favorite with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $5 for $10 worth of American food
- $15 for three $10 vouchers (a $30 total value)<p>
Choose between the Downers Grove and Darien locations.<p>
The menu of classic American eats includes 7-inch Vienna beef red hots ($2.39), italian-beef sandwiches ($4.99), Maxwell Street polish sausages ($4.69), and charbroiled steak burgers ($4.99). Prices may vary by location.<p>
Teddy's Red Hots
Teddy's Red Hots whisks diners back in time to a classic American hot-dog joint—and not just because the eatery has been perfecting the italian-beef recipe for more than 35 years. The Downers Grove location exudes nostalgia with neon lighting and an old-school jukebox, and the Darien spot's bright-red barstools rise from a checkerboard floor. Behind the counter, cooks pile their signature 7-inch all-beef red hots with mustard, relish, onions, tomatoes, and a pickle spear. Upon request, they'll add sport peppers, sauerkraut, and celery salt, or they’ll load the links with chili and cheddar. They also sandwich their hot dogs and charbroiled burgers between regular or pretzel buns. Meals are capped off with housemade italian ices, made daily with fresh lemon, black cherry, or strawberry.
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