When a sandwich is too big, it can be held together with a toothpick or blended into a purée and spread between two pieces of bread. Keep it together with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $12 for $24 worth of sandwiches, salads, and pasta
- $21 for three Groupons, each good for $15 worth of sandwiches, salads, and pasta (a $45 total value)
Build your own sandwich ($7.19) or choose from the menu's specialty options, such as The Papa Joe—turkey breast, asiago cheese, and roasted tomatoes with walnut pesto on herb focaccia bread ($7.19)—and the Wild Salmon-wich, filled with Alaskan salmon and guacamole ($8.99). The deli also serves pasta and lets guests grab their own greens from its all-you-can-eat salad bar ($7.99).
On average, it takes one year to invent a sandwich that meets the standards of Jason's Deli—countless combinations of breads and filling won't ever leave the test kitchen. Those that do follow a strict set of rules: no artificial trans fat, no high-fructose corn syrup, and flavors that come from freshness rather than additives. The results can be bitten into at hundreds of locations across America. At each, difficult choices abound between reubens and spicy-ranchero chicken wraps, or between a turkey club and a New Orleans-inspired muffaletta, spread with a family-recipe olive mix. Even those who don't want a sandwich still have to make tough decisions when they approach the salad bar brimming with organic fixings.
Despite the difficulties of selection, Jason's Deli prioritizes convenience. Its stores have organized a list of gluten-sensitive selections as well as healthy kids' meals, which come with sides of organic carrots or apples as opposed to other restaurants' deep-fried lard balls. The company also advocates for emotional health as fervently as it does nutrition—its Leadership Institute hosts workshops for employees on topics ranging from conflict resolution to finances to ethics.