Industry News | February 24, 2014

Schlotzsky's Leaps Into Spring with New Offerings

Schlotzsky’s leaps into spring with the return of the limited time only Hand-Carved Sandwiches. From now until May 18, the home of The Original round toasted sandwich will bring back the Roasted Turkey with Avocado & Havarti Cheese, the Hickory Smoked Ham with Bacon, Havarti Cheese & Honey Dijon, and the Braised Beef with Mushrooms & Fire-Roasted Vegetables.

 

“Our guests loved the hand-carved sandwiches so much when they debuted in 2012,” says Kelly Roddy, president of Schlotzsky’s. “We pride ourselves on the fresh in-restaurant, hand-carved meats that these sandwiches have to offer. With savory flavors and unique sandwich combinations, they’re sure to be a hit again. The variety of proteins combined with savory flavors offer our guests unique sandwich combinations that are sure to be a hit again.”

 

The three signature sandwiches include:

 

  • Roasted Turkey with Avocado & Havarti Cheese:

Thick slices of hand-carved roasted turkey breast, tomato, bibb lettuce, avocado slices, and shredded havarti cheese with mayonnaise served on Schlotzsky’s signature toasted sourdough bun.

 

  • Hickory Smoked Ham with Bacon, Havarti Cheese & Honey Dijon:

Slices of hand-carved hickory smoked ham, applewood bacon, hearts of romaine lettuce, tomato, red onion, and shredded Havarti cheese with honey dijon mustard served on Schlotzsky’s signature toasted sourdough bun.

 

  • Braised Beef with Mushrooms & Fire-Roasted Vegetables:

Hearty slices of hand-carved braised beef, portobello mushrooms, fire-roasted vegetables, and both swiss and mozzarella cheese with chipotle mayonnaise served on Schlotzsky’s toasted signature sourdough bun.

 

Schlotzsky’s restaurant offers guests more than 15 different sandwiches on its round freshly-baked buns, as well as gourmet pizzas made with Fresh-from-Scratch crusts, freshly made-to-order tossed salads, a variety of soups, and desserts. Catering options are available as well.

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