The specialty of the Steel City Sandwich truck is the same as the city of Pittsburgh's, which is famous for being the home of Primanti Bros. restaurants. Primanti's sandwiches are made up of a thick layer of usually cheap meat, such as pastrami or capicola, topped with tomato -- and then the kicker -- french fries and cole slaw. Those two typical sandwich sides don't sit on the plate, but rather hang out between the slices of bread with everything else. This sounds like a gut-buster, and of course, delicious. Check mark on both counts. The truck also serves homemade pierogies, another specialty of the region, as well as Jennie Craig Fries topped with bacon, cheddar cheese, caramelized onions and herb aioli (see the irony there?) and Loaded Salad, which consists of iceberg lettuce, tomatoes, shredded cheddar, french fries dumped right in and, as the menu says, "LOTS of ranch dressing."