As avid supporters of a liquid diet, our nation's forefathers' original intent in passing the First Amendment was to authorize public soup-slurping sessions with impunity. Salute one of history's pivotal moments with today's slurpable deal: for $6, you get $12 worth of savory soups and sandwiches at Susy's Soup & Deli, located on the first level in Tower City.
Each day, soup chef Michael Sharpe uses grandmotherly soup recipes and the freshest ingredients available to brew hearty batches of soup and chili. Much like the weather and LeBron James's loyalty, the specialty-soup menu changes every day and boasts at least seven different daily options. Fan favorites include classic chicken noodle (Mon., Wed., Fri.), vegetarian black bean (Tue. and Fri.), beef chili (every day), and clam chowder (Fri.). Soups come with a roll or crackers and are available by the cup, bowl, pint, quart, gallon, or cauldron. Susy's also boasts a menu of salads and timeless sandwiches, such as the Rueben ($4.49 half, $7.49 whole); the turkey, bacon, and avocado wrap ($5.99); and the grilled veggie delight ($5.49), a herbivore-friendly profusion of provolone, cheddar, spinach, tomato, cucumber, carrot, red onion, and honey mustard between slices of multi-grain bread. Nab a Groupon to Susy's to supply your suppable, sippable needs after homespun attempts to impersonate James Bond's metal-toothed nemesis weld your bite partially shut.