It may be hard to believe that Chaps Pit Beef began as a food stand in the parking lot of a nightclub, given its prominence in communities of Aberdeen and Baltimore today. With accolades from the likes of Guy Fieri, the Travel Channel, and even The New York Times, Chaps Pit Beef has come a long way from its humble roots.
One thing hasn’t changed, though, and that’s the classic pit beef sandwich, which is loaded with tender meat. The eatery jazzes up the signature sammy in many different ways. Order the Richwich, and the pit beef comes with corned beef, turkey, and sausage. The Bull Dog features the beef with sausage and American cheese, while the Gus skips the pit beef and combines corned beef, ham, and turkey instead. The menu also contains burgers, gourmet hot dogs, and pork ribs by the pound.