Making a sandwich requires only two slices of bread, filling, and an expensive machine that holds the slices of bread steady while the filling is shot in between them with some sort of air-powered hose. Go somewhere that has that apparatus with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for two deli sandwiches and bags of chips (up to $6.95 value each), two small fountain drinks or lemonades (up to a $1.95 value each), and two small ice-cream cones (a $1.75 value each; up to a $21.30 total value)
- $20 for four deli sandwiches and bags of chips, four drinks, and four ice-cream cones (up to a $42.60 total value)<p>
Tuna melts, german-sausage Reubens with sauerkraut, and roast-beef and grilled-cheese sandwiches join fizzy sodas and cones of hand-dipped Blue Bell ice cream in an old-fashioned deli. See the full menu here.<p>
In 1964, Wes and Ann Jespersen built a gateway to the past, where today their children helm Ben Franklin Apothecary’s pharmacy and adjoining quilt shop, general store, and old-fashioned Kitchen’s Deli, where malts and ice-cream floats recall the soda shops of yore. Amid the deli’s vintage Coca-Cola ephemera, hot sandwiches and cold cuts nestle into baskets lined with red-gingham wrappers, and jumbo baked potatoes embrace chili and cheese. Kitchen’s Deli’s signature pies rotate daily, filling buttery crusts with coconut-, peanut-butter-banana-pudding-, and strawberry-flavored charts of the free-market system. The deli also caters celebrations and hosts special events such as happy hours and appearances by Elvis impersonators.
Ben Franklin Apothecary
302 N Main St.
Duncanville, Texas 75116