This Little Piggy Had Roast Beef Coupons and Deals
This Little Piggy Had Roast Beef. Yes, bovine is so sublime that even one of that nursery rhyme's porcine protagonists reveled in a treat of delicious cow. Now, the restaurant named after that famous stanza is bringing Staten Island hoagies to city folk, thanks to owner Will Gallagher and his childhood friends Francis Garcia and Sal Basille (who also co-own Artichoke). TLPHRB (acronyms are in!) looks feels and even sounds like a '40s-era canteen. Even more with the theme, the wee kitchen lacks a freezer and microwave, obliterating any doubt about the freshness of the sandwiches, which speaking of, are divine. Enjoy a grinder your way or This Way, stacked on a roll with au jus and Cheez Whiz. Reverse positions and eat it That Way, on Italian bread with mozzarella. Don’t assume supremacy of That Way over This Way due to its lack of orange overlay. A good whiz—Kraft Cheez Whiz—costs more than mozzarella pound-for-pound. The proof: This Little Piggy goes through $1,500 of the stuff a month, coating mighty mounds of meat that would do even Ron Swanson proud. This summer they'll be hitting the street fair circuit with their new combo platter, which will feature a That Way sandiwich, a cup of au jus, macaroni and potato salad and a Boylans soda all for $10. Don't feel like scarfing that all down in the heat? No sweat, the platter is also available at their well-air conditioned East Village store front! Menu Highlights: This Way, $5.50 roll; $9.50 hero That Way, $5.50 roll; $9.50 Italian bread Popeye Way (roast beef, provolone, au jus, spinach), $9.50 roll or wrap; $12.50 hero The Other Thing (pastrami on rye with coleslaw and spicy brown mustard), $12.50 Roast beef slider, $2.50 Lobster fries (lobster bisque over hand-cut fries), $7.50 Hours: Sunday - Thursday, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday & Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 a.m.
It's picnic season, so when mealtime hits, you want to go wee, wee, wee all the way to the park -- not home to dine on bland frozen eats. Thankfully, This Little Piggy Had Roast Beef and is sharing its bounty with you. With today's deal from this cozy East Village sandwich shop brought to you by the same duo behind the acclaimed Artichoke Basille's, pay $17 (regularly $37) for four sandwiches and an order of hand-cut fries to go. You and your pals will feast on the This Way (roast beef au jus with Cheese Whiz), the award-winning That Way (roast beef with gravy and fresh mozzarella), The Other Thing (pastrami with coleslaw and brown mustard), and The Popeye Way (roast beef au jus with provolone and spinach). With this deal, you can be the piggy with a refined palate who goes to the upscale market -- and gets top-notch eats for a feast that can be savored at The High Line. Want more? Check out This Little Piggy Had Roastbeef on Facebook.
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