America’s Sub Shop, Blimpie, is kicking off the new year with a bang by launching four new premium sandwiches that showcase the brand’s fresh new look and motto of “Bigger. Better. Blimpie.” Starting January 17, 2023, these delicious subs will be available in stores and online nationwide, so you can enjoy a taste of Blimpie no matter where you are.
First up on the menu is the Spicy Italian, a sandwich that packs a punch. This sub is loaded with ham, salami, pepperoni, provolone, tomatoes, lettuce, onions and spicy giardiniera, making for a perfect balance of flavors and a little heat. This sandwich is a perfect choice for those who love a bit of spice in their food.
Next up is the Turkey Reuben, a classic sandwich that’s been given a Blimpie twist. The sub includes turkey, sauerkraut, Swiss cheese and 1000 island dressing, making for a delicious and classic flavor combination that will have you coming back for more.
For those looking for a little bit of everything, the Trio Supreme is the perfect choice. This sub is loaded with roast beef, turkey, bacon, Swiss cheese, tomatoes, lettuce, onions and mayonnaise, making for a perfect blend of flavors and textures.
Finally, Blimpie is introducing the Italian Beef, a sandwich that’s sure to satisfy. This sub is loaded with roast beef, au jus, provolone cheese, spicy giardiniera and parmesan cheese, making for a delicious and hearty sandwich that will fill you up.
These new premium subs are a great addition to Blimpie’s menu, and showcase the brand’s commitment to quality and innovation. So head over to Blimpie and try one of these delicious new sandwiches today!
Image credit, Blimpie.
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