Flour tortillas originally served as warm-weather seaside sleds for petite Pacific pixies unable to afford the latest Sand Surfer 2000. Enjoy a tastier utilization of the dough disks with today's Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of wraps, sandwiches, and drinks at Great Wraps on Rodney Parham Road.
Named one of Franchise Business Review's 2009 Top Food Franchises, Great Wraps gussies up the sandwich with less bread and more veggies, offering a healthy option for fast-food fanatics. Customers can canvass the menu to customize everything about their Great Wrap experience, such as seasoning a serving of the World's Greatest Fries ($1.49/small, $3.99/ large) to their specific spice specifications, ridding tongue caverns of bats that can't handle the heat with a helping of Hellacious jalapeño or loaded-baked-potato-packed fries.
For the main course, vegetable votaries can chow down on a roasted veggie wrap, stuffed with mushrooms, caramelized onions, green peppers, melted pepper jack, lettuce, tomato, cucumber, and balsamic vinaigrette in a spinach tortilla ($5.35). Poultry pushers can take pleasure in the chipotle chicken wrap, garnished with grilled chicken, melted pepper jack, lettuce, tomato, roasted red pepper, and chipotle sauce snug in a flour tortilla fluffed and folded by a snuggly laundry lemur ($5.45). Brotherly Love buffs will be bowled over by the authenticity of the Super Philly sandwich, a cheesesteak with garlic mushrooms and green peppers torn right from the hands of the Fresh Prince himself ($5.99). The Super Gyro, a grilled pita wrap heavy with hand-carved meat, provolone, and garlic mushrooms, is another hearty option for carnivores ($5.99).
Wash down the sandwich smorgasbord with any Coca-Cola product ($1.55–$1.90) or an all-natural fruit smoothie ($3.10). Savor a solitary flavor, or fuse fruits to create a concoction such as Banana Berry (strawberry and banana) or a Tropicolada (mango and piña colada). Also valid carryout, use today's Groupon to wrangle a rebellious wrap into your palate palace in the comfort of your own domicile.
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.