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What You'll Get
The only things better than sliced bread are sliced bread slices and sliced bread dipped in gold. Enjoy a slice-based meal with today's Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of sandwiches and drinks at Fat Sandwich's Railroad Avenue, South Bronough Street, or Blair Stone Road locations.
Diners choose their own bread-based adventure or sup on one of many specialty sandwiches that fill Fat Sandwich's menu, packed with freshly baked bread, meat, cheese, condiments, and a rabbit king's worth of vegetables. Protein-heavy options include the Caveman Club—a stack of turkey, ham, and bacon toasted to crispy perfection—and the Absurd Bird, a chicken salad concoction made with juicy chicken, diced red onions, and celery ($6.49–$7.49). The chicken, cheese, and veggie quesadilla packages diced chicken breast, provolone and cheddar cheese, black olives, onions, and banana and green peppers ($6.99). Up to 12 vegetables form a medley inside each sandwich, with banana peppers, black olives, and carrots being but a few of the scrumptious choices; in addition, diners can replace meat entirely with an herbivore-friendly palette of grub, including Artie's Tempeh, a soy-based protein substitute. The specialty sandwich menu makes way for the cuban's roasted pork, ham, and pickles, which sizzle under a melted layer of swiss cheese and includes a homemade side ($5.99–$7.99, six inch or 12 inch). Thanks to an oven and a lightning rod, Fat Sandwich's sandwich artists finally achieved the fusion of pizza and sandwich with the pizza sub—pepperoni wallowing in pizza sauce with melted parmesan, provolone, and oregano spritzes ($5.99–$7.99).
Walls lined with street art, pastel colors, and signs stamped with the eye-catching marks of legal graffiti complete the décor at Fat Sandwich, whose original Railroad Avenue diner was formerly a 1950s service station. Inside, simple tabletops give patrons a casual place to fuel up as they're dreamily transported to the good old days, long before Canada had declared its independence from New York.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 4, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.