Sandwiches can be any combination of bread, filling, and spread, which is why they are called "the slot machine of foods." Hit the jackpot with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $9 for two half sandwiches, two bags of chips (may substitute a pickle for chips), and two medium fountain sodas (up to an $18 value)
- $29 for a large sandwich platter with five whole sandwiches (a $59.75 value)
- $5 for $10 worth of handmade deli sandwiches, salads, and drinks
After perusing the menu, diners can select savory offerings such as the Charlie sandwich of tuna salad ($7.45 for the half; $10.25 for the whole); the hawaiian with ham, turkey, swiss cheese, and pineapple ($7.70 for the half; $10.50 for the whole); or the Kowalski’s club ($7.95 for the half; $10.75 for the whole) teeming with ham, turkey, bacon, and swiss and cheddar cheeses. All sandwiches adorn fresh wheat, rye, or french bread that’s baked daily. Verdant salads, fresh bagels, and fountain sodas round out the menu, and platters boasting a quintet of whole sandwiches augment catered lunches or parties.
From the outside, Kowalski’s Deli looks unassuming save for the large red graphic splashed across the storefront window that bears its moniker in curled ‘50s-era lettering. But inside the cozy eatery, the team’s time-tested formula of combining hand-sliced meats, crisp vegetables, and fresh-baked bread has been a driving draw for area diners for the past 40 years. Eaters head here each day to get their hands on freshly made sandwiches bursting with the likes of ham, turkey, creamy guacamole, and cheddar cheese. Each deli creation also combines with salads, soups such as clam chowder, and coffee. The deli’s catering services do all the remaining work for customers by whisking meals directly to offices, homes, or the office where your heart is.
“Great sandwiches with fresh ingredients and fast service. We ARE telling our friends about this little hidden treasure. Very good!”
“Great food. We will be back, maybe even today”
“Thanks for always meeting and exceeding expectations.”