Musso & Frank has a killer open-faced steak sandwich on its menu with an equally killer price of $27.
For a more modest $11, Nook Bistro’s ancho-rubbed flat iron steak sandwich with grilled onions sizzles.
Pete’s Cafe’s fantastic steak sandwich is made with marinated rib eye steak, baby arugula, caramelized onions, and tomatoes with horseradish aioli on a toasted baguette.
The Shore House Cafe’s has an excellent open-faced rib eye steak sandwich, says obscuro2006; it’s about $13, including french fries and veggies.
Houston’s prime rib sandwich is wicked good, russkar raves.
Shore House Cafe [South Bay]
5271 E. 2nd St., Long Beach