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What You'll Get
There are many activities that should not be performed on an empty stomach, including swimming, surgery, and swimming 30 minutes after having your appendix removed. Acquire activity fuel with today's Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of deli fare at Hot Tommy's on Townline Road.
Hot Tommy's boasts a culinary cosmos of meaty sandwiches and burgers orbiting around a fiery hot sauce core. Reunite with childhood tree house club members in Hot Tommy's cozy sports memorabilia-laced confines and sample handheld meat slabs such as the wrangler ($10.99), layered with sliced beef, turkey, ham, mozzarella and spicy black bean sauce. Jaw muscles beef up on the hot open-faced barbecue beef sandwich ($10.99), doused in taste bud-zapping barbecue sauce atop garlic toast. Or, let your tongue tussle with the snakebite turkey ($8.99), starring sliced turkey and an ensemble cast of cheddar cheese, barbecue hot sauce and ranch dressing atop a ciabatta bun.
Hot Tommy's is open for lunch and dinner, and offers take-out options for gourmands who crave mobile meals without the hassle of hot-wiring their kitchen tables.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 12, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table, 2 per table of 5 or more. Not valid toward alcohol. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Hot Tommy’s
Beef, turkey, and ham covered in mozzarella cheese and tucked into a ciabatta bun. Hot Tommy’s specialty sandwich, the Wrangler, may not appear to have the same Mexican flavour profile as its fellow menu items until diners take a bite. Inside, a drizzle of hot black-bean sauce brings the spicy flavour that weaves the eatery’s whole menu together. Chicken enchiladas and banana-pepper-covered nachos recall the hot sun and natural hot-sauce springs found closer to the equator, and chili dogs and a bavarian sausage slathered in barbecue sauce blend a hint of old Europe into the mix.