TooJay’s, the restaurant known for its generous servings of homemade, New York deli favorites, is celebrating National Sandwich Month with a deal in August.
With the purchase of a piled-high Deli Classic Sandwich or Hand Sliced Deli Sandwich, guests can receive a beverage for only 50 cents. This offer is valid from Tuesday, August 1 through Thursday, August 31. Mention the deal at time of ordering to receive the offer. The offer excludes milk, juices and alcoholic beverages. The offer cannot be combined with any other offer and is valid for dine-in or takeout. One deal per person.
TooJay’s delectable hand-crafted sandwiches are served with fresh meat sliced in-house on a choice of freshly baked artisan rye, wheat, challah bread or a brioche bun, with a side of Cole slaw and a dill pickle:
· The Reuben Sandwich
Classic hot sliced-to-order corned beef, sauerkraut and melted Swiss cheese with home-style Russian dressing, grilled to perfection between slices of rye bread baked fresh in TooJay’s bakery make the Reuben Sandwich a fan favorite. $10.49. Reuben Fun Fact: The origin of this sandwich is a source of debate to this day, one source claiming that Arnold Reuben invented the sandwich in 1914 at his restaurant Reubens Restaurant and Delicatessen in New York City, and another source that wholesaler grocer Reuben Kulakofsky created the sandwich in Omaha, Neb., in the 1920s.
· Triple J Sandwich
Hand trimmed and steamed corned beef, roast beef, turkey, and Swiss cheese rolled with Cole Slaw and home-style Russian dressing make up TooJay’s Triple J Sandwich. $9.79. Deli Fun Fact: “Delicatessen” comes from the German word “delikatesse” which means “delicious things to eat.”
· Roast Beef Sandwich
Tender slices of rare roast beef lightly seasoned to perfection make up the TooJay’s Roast Beef Sandwich. $9.79. Roast Beef Fun Fact: Usually prepared as a main course, the leftovers are often served within sandwiches. Roast beef deli sandwiches can be served cold or hot. The origins of the roast beef sandwich in the U.S. date back to 1877, but did not become popular until the 1930s.
· Hot Pastrami Sandwich
Nothing says deli more than the perfectly prepared, traditional seasoned, cured and piled high pastrami served at TooJay’s. The Hot Pastrami Sandwich features tender, smoky, sliced-to-order hot pastrami served on fresh rye bread. $9.99. Pastrami Fun Fact: The first pastrami sandwich in the U.S. dates back to 1887, a creation from a Lithuanian butcher living in New York named Sussman Volk. He credited the recipe to a friend of his who traveled back to Romania and gave him the recipe in exchange for helping him store his luggage.
Guests are invited to join the “Delicious Rewards” program on TooJay’s mobile app, available for iOS and Android. Guests receive a free dessert or small plate upon signing up and can earn points, receive special offers and check out TooJay’s menu and locations.
Founded in 1981, TooJay’s has grown to 27 restaurants throughout Florida and currently serves guests in Palm Beach and Broward counties, the Treasure Coast, the West Coast of Florida, the Orlando area, The Villages, the Space Coast and Polk County.
TooJay’s received the 2016 Best of South Florida Award for Best Deli from the Sun Sentinel, 2017 Dining Award for Best Deli from Orlando Magazine, two Foodie Awards for Best Deli and Best Take-Out from the Orlando Sentinel and is ranked eighth in the country for Family Dining by Consumer Reports.
For more information about TooJay’s, visit TooJays.com. Follow TooJay’s at twitter.com/therealTooJays and instagram.com/toojaysdeli or visit the Facebook fan page, which has over 84 thousand fans, and become a fan at facebook.com/TooJaysDeli.