We all know that South Jersey has tons of places to get scrumptious hoagies and deli sandwiches. But the fun doesn’t stop there. Appetite, meet some of the most unbelievable sandwiches you never knew you wanted.

“The Grease Truck”
The Pop Shop
729 Haddon Avenue, Collingswood
Shown in the photo above, the Grease Truck packs in Mini Angus beef burgers, a foot-long hot dog, French fries, onion rings, American cheese, ketchup, mustard, lettuce, tomato all piled on a foot-long roll.

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Nixon’s “Banging Piney”

“Banging Piney”
Nixon’s General Store and Deli
540 Chatsworth Road, Tabernacle
This is no ordinary cheese steak. This steak-loaded sandwich (one-half pound of steak on the 6-inch option, one full pound of steak on the 12-inch) is topped with pork roll, bacon, fries and onion petals. As the folks at Nixon’s tell people who order this sandwich, you better be hungry.

“The Mess”
Key West Cafe
4701 Pacific Avenue, Wildwood
Breakfast has never been better. Enjoy this breakfast sandwich hodgepodge of scrambled eggs, onions, meat of your choice, potatoes and cheese, all piled high on a long roll. Talk about starting your day off on the right foot.

“Old School”
The Jug Handle
1018 South Fork Landing Road
One of the many Monster Burgers on the Jug Handle’s menu, this huge sandwich includes a 10-ounce, fresh-ground Angus hamburger patty, lettuce, tomato and jalapeño ranch dressing – all served between two grilled-cheese sandwiches. Yes, you read that right.

Kibitz Room

The Kibitz Room’s “G.B.M.F.”

The Kibitz Room
100 Springdale Road, Cherry Hill
Call your friends, because you’re going to need their help to eat the monstrous G.B.M.F. (and ask if they can split the check, because this sandwich has a $60 price tag). It’s loaded with corned beef, pastrami, turkey, roast beef and brisket, then topped with coleslaw, Russian dressing, Swiss cheese, lettuce, tomato and onion.

“Akilli Burger”
The Golden Pigeon Diner
39 Landis Avenue, Bridgeton
This unique creation takes burgers to the next level. You’ve got your ordinary ingredients – a beef patty, onions, cheese, pickles and a slice of tomato – but things get really interesting with the addition of sauerkraut and a hot dog. They’re all stuffed inside a pita, making this a meal you won’t forget.

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