Amid the glitz and glam of Hollywood’s boutiques and TV studios, Collier Ulrich’s upstart eatery, Marcona, is making a name for itself with turkey and ham. The New York native’s almost-two-year-old gourmet sandwich shop serves up classic East Coast deli fare enhanced by Mediterranean influences and a West Coast approach.
Los Angeles gourmet sandwich shop, Marcona, is getting a head start on Thanksgiving celebrations by running a $5-a-piece turkey sandwich special on Friday, November 22. The $5 promo is good for two Thanksgiving-themed sandwiches created just for this occasion, during main lunch hours, between noon and 4 p.m.
Los Angeles gourmet sandwich shop, Marcona, has two new sandwiches in its line-up as of Tuesday, July 30, and to introduce its newest creations, Marcona will be running a deal on both sandwiches during the shop's operating hours on Friday, August 9. Guests who purchase one of the new sandwiches that day, get the second of either of the two new sandwiches for free.
Marcona, a Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, gourmet sandwich and fine foods purveyor, successfully passed the one-year mark on March 20, 2013, and to celebrate, the shop will offer up its entire menu of sandwiches at a promotional price of just $3.29 each on Friday, March 29, from 12 to 4 p.m.
Marcona temporarily closed for a brief stint in March, as it underwent a first birthday, interior facelift, and geared up to introduce a slightly revised menu and new chef, Andy Sonnefeld.
Marcona officially reopened on Monday, March 25.