A sandwich, like a wallet, safely contains its precious contents, fits comfortably into a back pocket, and is rarely found by the police once it's been stolen. Delve into evidence of sandwich mastery with today’s Groupon to Gandolfo's New York Delicatessen. Choose between two options:
- For $7, you get $15 worth of sandwiches, hot dogs, and breakfast bagels.
- For $50, you get $100 worth of catering.
Gandolfo's slices up fresh meats daily, sandwiching 70 different varieties in bread cocoons before shuttling the results to prospective chompers in true NYC style. The menu is laden with distinctive options such as the Little Italy specialty sandwich ($6.09 for small; $9.09 for large), Grandy’s “Second City” hot dog ($3.99), and the I Heart New York pastrami ($9.49), a more inspiring menu option than the discontinued I Tolerate Newark bagel. Patrons planning parties or attempting to fill a pool with fresh chicken salad can opt to have Gandolfo's cater their event. A minisandwich tray livens up festivities with enough bites to satisfy the sandwich quotas of up to 18 guests ($49.99), and heaping helpings of homemade deli salad ($29.99) and assorted fruits ($35.99) nourish 12 munchers or a football team with identical twin quarterbacks.
Guests are greeted at the bustling deli by Lady Liberty, who guides the way to counters corralling meat slicers, sandwich stackers, and a rambunctious hoagie mascot. Diners relax at cozy tables awash in New York City décor such as Jets banners, skyline photographs, and several of Derek Jeter's used sunflower seeds.
Gandolfo's New York Deli
What one can put between two pieces of bread is limited only by the imagination. Luckily, the culinary masterminds behind Gandolfo's New York Deli have used their wits to create more than 70 appetizing sandwich options, ranging from roast-beef sandwiches to breakfast bagels. The menu also includes Nathan's Famous hot dogs, desserts, leafy salads, and salads with meat in them. A small version of the Statue of Liberty welcomes diners to the American eatery, clutching a carefully wrapped Gandolfo’s sandwich in place of a torch, a menu instead of the Declaration of Independence, and a Nevada driver’s license instead of a New York one.