While gaining national attention for their beer, Fat Head’s initially became famous for it’s food – from massive munchies to colossal sandwiches, including Headwiches billed as “roughly the size of your head.” These meals on a bun with fun names like The Chick ‘n Little, Beauty and the Beasty, and Bay of Pigs include an abundance of fresh ingredients served on fresh, locally sourced rolls. The South Side Slopes, a nod to Fat Head’s Pittsburgh hometown, features a mountainous helping of kielbasa, pierogies, cheese and grilled onions and was voted No.5 sandwich in the nation by Maxim Magazine. Fat Head’s founder, Glenn Benigni, a craft beer enthusiast since opening his first location in 1992 said, “We’re looking forward to introducing Fat Head’s to one of our favorite cities. Heads up Portland!”