Also featured at Carnegie's Deli is the "Carmelo Anthony," a sandwich consisting of corned beef, salami, pastrami, bacon, tomato, lettuce and Russian dressing. It was created in honor of Carmelo joining the New York Knicks.
He may not be a real person, but the Fonz is more famous than most celebrities, so he's got his own dish at Doghaus, a gastropub chain. Hot mozzarella and pastrami are wrapped around a spicy Italian sausage to create this delicious treat.
Simple but amazing, "Cherry Garcia" is named after the late Grateful Dead guitarist Jerry Garcia (duh). It consists of cherry ice cream mixed with cherry and chocolate chunks and has been thrilling Ben & Jerry's customers since 1987.
The "Avril Lavigne" is the name of a pizza offered at La Pizzeria, her high school haunt in Canada. It's got her three favorite toppings: olives, mushrooms and pepperoni. It's probably not the favorite of Chad Kroeger.
George Costanza would love this one. At Lioni's Italian Heroes in Brooklyn, New York, the "Marisa Tomei" is available daily. It's a fried eggplant sandwich covered in mozzarella cheese and filled with mushroom stuffing.
Whip is a breakfast and lunch spot in Stamford, Connecticut that goes hard with its puns but has the deliciousness to back it up. Case in point: the "Wu-Tang Wrap", complete with pastrami, swiss cheese, cole slaw and Russian dressing. Wraps rule everything around us.
Also known as "The Next Best Thing to Robert Redford," this delicious dessert can be made at home and consists of pudding, cream cheese whipped cream, chocolate shavings, crushed almonds and this is all sometimes combined and used to top cake, depending on how much sweetness your teeth can take.
The "LeBron James" at Mr. Bartley's Gourmet Burgers in Boston is one delicious looking burger with a deep dark secret. The burger doesn't just sport bacon and macaroni and cheese, it sports bacon and ghost pepper macaroni cheese. We're sweating and drooling just thinking about it, but mostly sweating.
Also at Mr. Bartley's is the "Beyonce" burger featuring cajun spices, grilled onions, bacon, jalapeños and hot sauce to suit Queen Bey's love of Louisiana soul food. Get it while it's hot (it will forever be hot).