Sandwich Deals in Nashville
Restaurants increasingly provide information about the beef they serve, such as whether it was grass fed and if that grass was nourished with delicious beef. Know what you're eating with this Groupon. $8 for $16 Worth of American Food Inside the full-service diner, guests have a choice from five sizes of burgers, and then build their sandwich from 29 toppings. Salads and build-your-own chicken sandwiches or grilled cheeses also complement a variety of shake flavors and desserts.
Making a good sandwich, like removing a child’s head from between stair balusters, requires delicate handling and a lot of mayonnaise. Marvel at skilled condiment usage with this Groupon. $16 for Two Visits for Breakfast and Lunch Food ($32 Value) You will receive two vouchers, each good for $16 per visit. Fresh tuna salad, romaine lettuce, and tomatoes nest inside The Charlie wrap ($5.75), field greens cushion walnuts, dried cranberries, and mandarin oranges in The Pranzo salad ($5), and a variety of paninis includes The Little Havana with turkey, ham, mustard, swiss, and dill pickles ($6) and The Billy, filled ...
Call us barbeque purists, but we believe nothin’ beats a traditional, no-frills barbeque sandwich. (We just can’t help but question the gussied-up stuff—what are they trying to hide under there?) So if you, too, prefer your barbeque unadorned, then we invite you to check out Fat Boy’s Bar-B-Q in Antioch (just look for the giant pink pig—you can’t miss it). In addition to serving up the signature pulled pork sando, this down-home favorite's got beef brisket and all the usual favorites, as well as a few unexpected menu items, like hot chicken, catfish and smoked bologna sandwiches (aka, tubed meat in its most glorious form). And we love that everything comes without sauce, so we really get a chance to taste the quality of the meat and the expertise that went into preparing it. (Trust us, it's all top-notch.) Add on a side dish or two (all of ‘em are old family recipes) and, hot-diggity-damn, we got here what you call a serious barbeque feast. Menu Highlights: Pork plate, two sides and a drink, $8.99 Slaw dog, one side and a drink, $7.79 Pulled pork sandwich and side, $5.29 Full rack of ribs, $23.00 Hours: Monday - Thursday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday & Saturday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Anything between two slices of bread is technically a sandwich, even if your filling is 20 pounds of lunchmeat or the only known photo of Abraham Lincoln crying. Have an honest meal with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $27.99 for a meal for four (up to a $58 value) Four sides (up to a $2.50 value each) Four sandwiches (up to a $7 value each) Four drinks (up to a $2 value each) Four desserts (up to a $3 value each) $14.49 for a meal for two (up to a $29 value) Two sides (up to a $2.50 value ...
When you’re dealing with BBQ, timing is everything. That’s why the pitmasters at Slow & Low BBQ Bistro cook their meat slowly, keeping the temperature (you guessed it) low to lock in plenty of that juicy flavor. The result? Tenderized shreds of brisket, smoked chicken and pulled pork, all seasoned with homemade-for-you rubs and sauces. Burke Mahling and Tyler Southerland launched their business in a Millersville gas station parking lot, where they set up a small smoker and began selling slow-smoked ‘cue in 2010. And it wasn't long before the childhood friends found themselves buying a 30-foot trailer, installing a commercial smoker in the back and jumping mouthfirst into the food truck business. Though they still use the trailer for catering runs, including weekly trips to the set of ABC’s “Nashville,” Burke and Tyler have started spending most of their time at Slow & Low’s new home off Charlotte Ave., which opened its doors in February. The menu focuses on traditional, no-frills Southern cookin’. Side items like potato salad and homestyle mac & cheese are whipped up from scratch and gobbled down by adoring fans; and the sandwiches are all served on old-school kaiser buns, with pickles. The Pulled Pork Classic starts at $5–a bargain for penny-pinching carnivores–and 10 buckeroos will get you a whole pound of the stuff. The smells, of course, are free. Since it’s hard to choose between the various BBQ’d meats, we recommend ordering the sliders, which allow you to mix and match to your heart's content. MENU HIGHLIGHTS: Good Ol’ Turnip Greens, $2.49 Chicken-Doodle-Doo, $5.99 (sandwich) or $8.99 (combo) Slow & Low Brisket Classic, $6.19 (sandwich) or $9.19 (combo) Four Meat Feast, $16.29 Pecan Pie, $2.99 HOURS: Monday - Thursday, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday & Saturday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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