$15 for $30 Worth of Sausages or Prepackaged Assortment or $25 for Prepackaged Assortment at Wienerz Factory and Deli

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In a Nutshell

European-style meat shop cranks out in-house-made sausages and deli meats smoked onsite as well as brats and polish kielbasa

The Fine Print

Expires 90 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. 1-week pre-order required for assortment packages. Valid starting 11/5/12. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $15 for $30 worth of sausages and deli food or a prepackaged meal assortment that feeds 4–6 (a $30 value)
  • $25 for a prepackaged meal assortment that feeds 10–12 (a $50 value)

Customers can pick up à la carte items such as polish kielbasa ($5.69/lb.) and sandwiches such as smoked turkey on sourdough ($5.79). See the full menu.

The prepackaged meal assortment for 4–6 contains: 1 pound of Weinerz FrankDogs, 1 pound of fresh brats, 1 6-pack of frank buns, 10 ounces of Weinerz peach, spicy, or yellow mustard, 1 pound of German potato salad, and 1 pound of sauerkraut.

The prepackaged meal assortment for 10–12 contains: 1 pound of Weinerz FrankDogs, 1 pound of fresh brats, 1 pound of smoked sausage, 1 pound of burgers, two 12-packs of frank buns, four brioche burger buns, 10 ounces of Weinerz peach, spicy, or yellow mustard, 3 ounces of Wienerz rub, 1 pound of German potato salad, and 1 pound of sauerkraut.

Wienerz Factory and Deli

The a commitment to quality meat culminated in the creation of Wienerz Factory and Deli, a meat emporium that draws on its founder's European heritage to produce European- and American-style sausages and deli meats. Hardwood-smoked European and American sausages and brats and polish kielbasa emerge from an onsite smokehouse filler-free and primed for nestling into buns or burying under a funny looking tree as a “for later” treat. Also taking cues from this side of the Atlantic, owner Enrico Gamma—a longtime Atlanta resident—churns out hometown favorites such as hormone- and steroid-free spicy chicken sausage and louisiana andouille smoked sausage. Wienerz’s succulent creations fold into sandwiches and paninis made in the shop, or pack into containers and priced by the pound.

Culinary tools and activities, from cooking demos to kitchen appliances