Pulled pork is a popular sandwich filling, but Huddle House distinguishes its version with homestyle descriptors. The pork is “pit-smoked” and piled high on a toasted brioche bun topped with bold, smoky barbecue sauce and a crispy onion. This is a hearty sandwich with a generous portion of meat—an item that is suitable for a full-service restaurant such as Huddle House, where customers can sit down and eat with a knife and fork, if necessary. When it comes to choosing menu items, men gravitate toward meat, with 73% seeking beef and 51% pork, according to Technomic Ignite menu concept development data. So meaty sandwiches like this one can drive sales with male customers.