Before bread, sandwiches were haphazardly supported by two hands high-fiving. Enjoy better-constructed eats with today's Groupon: for $9, you get a deli meal for two at Uncle Ned's Deli in Neenah (up to a $19.51 total value, including tax). The meal includes:
- Two sandwiches or wraps (up to a $6.95 value each, plus tax)
- Two sides of chips (a $0.95 value each, plus tax)
- Two drinks (a $1.39 value each, plus tax)
The sandwich smiths at Uncle Ned's Deli build handheld meals of piled-high cold cuts and tasty fixings layered between freshly baked bread or rolled into a tasty wrap. The hefty between-bread eats on Uncle Ned’s menu double as paperweights, pinning down land deeds and Vitruvian men with ingredient-packed selections such as Blackbeard's bicorn, a maritime mélange of tuna salad, provolone, lettuce and tomato ($5.25), or the rustic roast-beef Stetson, a sizable package of deli meat, cheese, mayo, onion, and pickle ($6.45). All sandwiches arrive on oven-fresh slabs of french bread, wheat sub rolls, swirled rye, or sourdough, while meals such as the chicken cordon bleu ($5.95) greet mouths inside an edible gift wrapping of flatbread. Uncle Ned's Deli serves meat-free treats such as the egg-salad sandwich, stuffed with provolone, tomato, and lettuce ($3.85), or the cheesy Panama, a mixture of cheddar, pepper jack, and red roasted pepper bound with a tangy mortar of whole-grain mustard ($3.85), which patrons can wash down with sips from their soda followed by a potato-chip palate cleanser.