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What You'll Get
Before bread, sandwiches were haphazardly supported by two hands high-fiving. Enjoy better-constructed eats with today's Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of wraps, sandwiches, and drinks at Great Wraps on Rodney Parham Road.
The chefs at Great Wraps, named one of Franchise Business Review's 2009 Top Food Franchises, load veggies onto selections from a menu full of options that are more healthful than fast food. A spinach tortilla embraces roasted veggies and melted pepper jack cheese ($5.35), and grilled chicken, cheese, veggies, and chipotle sauce bounce atop a flour-tortilla trampoline ($5.45). The Super Philly cheesesteak sandwich, speckled with garlic mushrooms and green peppers ($5.99), can be used as both an appetite suppressant and an effective way to lure Benjamin Franklin's ghost out of the Liberty Bell. Diners can rescue trapped ketchup with a serving of original-flavored World's Greatest Fries ($1.49 for small; $3.99 for large) or challenge their tongues with a helping of the Hellacious jalapeño variety.
All-natural fruit smoothies douse esophagi in flavors such as Banana Berry or Tropicolada ($3.10). As today's Groupon is also valid for carryout, diners can gobble in the comfort of their own homes or subterranean castles.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 16, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Dine-in and carryout only. Not valid for free kids meal offered with combo meal. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Great Wraps
Great Wraps eschews unhealthy oils and deep fryers in its menu of wraps and subs grilled to a crisp golden brown, earning praise from such publications as Arkansas Times. Fillings of thinly sliced steak and pepper-jack cheese are layered onto ciabatta and hoagie loaves, and juicy grilled chicken is enclosed in spinach, flour, or honey-wheat tortillas. Six different spices—including chili cheese and peppercorn ranch—can be sprinkled onto the eatery's fries with reckless abandon, and diners can rest assured knowing none of the Idaho-sourced taters contain any trans fats or passports to Canada beneath their crispy exteriors.