TCBY at Schlotzsky’s! Grand opening event on Sat., April 19!

 

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TCBY is now at Schlotzsky’s! Visit any of the locations listed above on April 19 from 2-6pm for sweet treats and fun prizes! The first 50 people to purchase a TCBY treat get FREE Schlotzsky’s for one year! Bring the whole family!

*Minimum $5 TCBY purchase to be made after 2pm in-store only. Valid only at locations above. Free sandwich offer valid for persons 18 years or older. 52 small The Original sandwiches; one sandwich each week for a year beginning April 19, 2014 and ending April 18, 2015. 

Schlotzsky’s-Cinnabon opens in Carrollton, TX


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Schlotzsky’s AND Cinnabon are coming to Carrollton, TX! Grand opening celebrations kick off on Thursday, April 10. Join us for a ribbon cutting ceremony at 9am. Doors open to the public at 10am and the first 100 people to purchase a Cinnabon 6-Pack will get FREE Schlotzsky’s every week for a year! The event will feature lots of fun events, prizes, games and more!

2661 Midway at Trinity Mills

(972) 8733-7283

Mon-Sat – 10am-9pm; Sun 10am-8pm

Schlotzsky’s-Cinnabon opens in Addison, TX

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Schlotzsky’s AND Cinnabon are coming to Addison, TX! Grand opening celebrations kick off on Thursday, March 20. Doors open at 10am and the first 100 people to purchase a Cinnabon 6-Pack will get FREE Schlotzsky’s every week for a year! The event will feature lots of fun events, prizes, games and more! 

3740 Beltline Road

(972) 807-6793

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These are the 16 Southern Chains the Rest of the Country Needs

By Liz Childers

Regional chains aren’t simply side-of-the-road stops: they’re a way of life (and sometimes a shortcut to death). Just ask a Texan who woke up in Maine about their Whataburger withdrawals. In the South, chains are about fried chicken, biscuits, tacos, burgers, and addiction. And until these ones expand, they’re the reason Southern expats are burning millions of gallons of gas on drive-thru pilgrimages.

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Where they are: The Austin-based chain crushes it in the deli-sparse Southeast, but many states outside the region are home to one or two locations.
Why you need them: If you’re in somewhere like New York “we have a deli on every corner and are better than you!” City, then maybe you don’t need them. But for everybody else, the mile-high sandwiches are a thing of wonder. Plus, you can eat these suckers without trying to decipher a Brooklyn accent.
What to get: Start basic with The Original: a pile of salami, ham, cheddar, mozzarella, Parm, and the usual sandwich suspects.

For full article, go here: Thrillist

Schlotzsky’s-Cinnabon opens in Forney, TX

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Schlotzsky’s AND Cinnabon are coming to Forney, TX! Grand opening celebrations kick off on Thursday, January 30. The ribbon cutting ceremony is at 9:00am and doors open at 10:00am. The first 100 people to purchase a Cinnabon 6-Pack will get FREE Schlotzsky’s every week for a year! The event will feature lots of fun events, prizes, games and more! 

750 East Hwy 80 

(972) 552-2996

Business changes hands, but continues in family tradition

By Azeita Taylor

The family business that Shannon Roche of Copperas Cove grew to know and love as a child was sold recently to another franchisee in Central Texas.

But that didn’t deter her from continuing to be a regular fixture at the establishment.

Roche, whose parents owned the Schlotzsky’s in Cove for about 26 years, said she stayed because she felt a special attachment to the business her parents built on U.S. Highway 190.

“I love this store,” she said. “I’ve been working here since I was about 5, handing out sandwiches. This is my store.”

Roche works in the kitchen at the restaurant, continuing in the footsteps of her father, Kevin Schulz, who worked exactly where she is — on the line making sandwiches for Schlotzsky’s customers.

“Actually I like it. I think I like being in that position for some of the same reasons as I think he did,” she said. “It’s a great position, because it’s the final quality check before the food gets out to the customer.”

Schlotzsky’s was sold to Greg Rhoads, who took ownership Oct. 1 and now owns all five locations in the Central Texas area. When the business changed hands, Rhoads made some minor changes, but changes Roche seems to appreciate.

“The new owners are amazing,” Roche said. “They’ve made a lot of positive changes; modernized it.”

Rhoads said he changed some procedures and added programs like discounts for the military.

However, the Cove location will be going through a major renovation in the near future. Right now they are merely in the beginning stages.

“We’re still in the process of planning all that out,” Rhoads said. “There are a lot of things that are going to be done.”

While updates and renovations have been top priorities for Rhoads, keeping the same friendly atmosphere Schlotzsky’s has been known for was just as important.

“We offered everyone a job who wanted to stay,” he said. “There were a couple that moved on, but it was important to us to keep as many of the staff as possible.”

Rhoads said he is pleased with the quality of service and performance Roche has displayed.

“Shannon has done a good job,” he said. “She has had a positive attitude about the changes.”

Source: Cove Herald

Schlotzsky’s-Cinnabon opens in New Braunfels, TX

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The second Schlotzsky’s location is opening in New Braunfels tomorrow at 10:30am! Join us for special deals and lots of fun. Doors open at 10:30am. Enjoy $1.99 small The Original sandwiches all day long and $1 Cinnabon Minibons from 3:00-8:00pm. 

1776 Independence Dr. in the Westpointe Village Shopping Center
New Braunfels, TX

830-629-2811

 

America’s 25 Best Chain Sandwich Shops – Schlotzsky’s Ranks #5

Schlotz_TheOriginal_052510_300dpiThroughout modern history, it’s never been particularly difficult to find a sandwich to eat. Just about every place that sells food will be able to make you one in some form or another, and if worse comes to worst it’s also pretty easy to find bread and something to put inside it. But recently it seems as if a golden age of sandwiches has begun. From “artisan” breads to lavish, gourmet fillings, it’s easier than ever to find a groan-inducingly good sandwich (and hardly anyone would argue against a perfectly composed sandwich being akin to a work of art). Thankfully, many chain sandwich shops are stepping up their game and offering some world-class sandwiches. They deserve to be recognized, so we’re saluting the top 25.

America’s 25 Best Chain Sandwich Shops (Slideshow)

In order to assemble our list, we reached out to the folks who would know best: you. We started with about 65 chains, defining a chain as any shop that has 10 or more locations. Some were national, some were regional. Next we assembled a survey and put it to a vote, asking you to select your favorites. With 1,287 responses collected from all over the country, the results were nothing short of definitive, and surprising.

So what did we learn? For one, quality is key. If you want to attract customers and keep them happy, you not only need to serve a product you can be proud of, but you also need to keep up with the times, make sure your bread and fillings are fresh, and give your customers an experience they’ll enjoy. Next, even the small guys can compete with the mega-chains, because at the end of the day they’re both on the same playing field.

From the little guys who made our list like Atlanta Bread Company and Steak Escape to the behemoths like Subway, and from the entrepreneurs with a grand vision to the old guard trying to cement their legacy, we salute them all. Why? Because the sandwich is quite possibly the greatest food ever invented, and they’re working day in and day out to make sure nobody forgets that.

Click here to see the 25 best sandwich chains in America.

Dan Myers is the Eat/Dine Editor at The Daily Meal. Follow him on Twitter @sirmyers.

Source: The Daily Meal

Schlotzsky’s-Cinnabon opens in San Antonio, TX

San Antonio_Event HeaderWe have a brand new Schlotzsky’s-Cinnabon coming to the Leon Springs area of San Antonio, TX. Join us at 10am on Thursday, August 1. The first 100 people to purchase a Cinnabon 6-Pack will get FREE Schlotzsky’s for a year. That’s one FREE small The Original sandwich each week for 52 weeks! We’ll have lots of fun games and other prizes to giveaway all day. Don’t miss it!

25235 I-10, Suite 101, San Antonio, TX 78257

*One small The Original sandwich per week at this location for 52 consecutive weeks commencing on August 1, 2013 and expiring on August 1, 2014. Only valid for persons 18 years or older. Offer valid only at the Leon Springs Schlotzsky’s.

Tending to Business: Schlotzsky’s

Ask most young children what they’d like for their birthday, and their responses will typically include the hottest toy, video game or fashion trend. Lea Dalleggio’s wish, however, was a little more complicated. She wanted a Schlotzsky’s.

The franchise, popular in the South, became a favorite destination of hers as a child, when she would dine there regularly while visiting her grandmother in Houston, Tex.

“I wanted to be able to eat my sandwich whenever I wanted,” she recalls. “I was obsessed with the brand.”

The business venture didn’t make sense for the Dalleggios after Lea graduated college, but her father sold his business while she was pursuing her MBA, and suddenly owning a Schlotzsky’s became a more realistic possibility for the family. Upon completion of her studies, her father bought the New Jersey franchise rights to Schlotzsky’s, and the first eatery recently opened its doors at 39 Nathaniel Pl. in Englewood. The family plans to open 16 additional New Jersey locations over the next five years.

“I wanted the best of everything,” said Dalleggio. “I did all the homework. Schlotzsky’s is famous down South, but I have to spread the word and educate people.”

The restaurant, which she describes as “brand new and sparkling,” seats 65 people and features a menu that includes pizzas, salads and sandwiches. All bread, Dalleggio said, is baked from scratch on a daily basis. Among the most popular sandwiches are The Original, which contains lean smoked ham, Genoa and cotto salamis, and melted cheddar, mozzarella and parmesan cheese layered with black olives, red onion, lettuce, tomato, mustard and dressing, and the Angus Roast Beef & Cheese, which earned celebrity status in Pain and Gain, a 2013 American crime film starring Mark Wahlberg.

Schlotzsky’s also has Cinnabon cinnamon rolls, Carvel ice cream and Jersey Roasters Coffee, and will soon offer yogurt and fruit salad breakfast selections. The soda machine, which contains 129 different flavors, has been an exciting addition to the restaurant, according to Dalleggio. “It’s always fun to see what flavors mix together,” she said.

Patrons can take advantage of the Monday “Bunday” deal, which includes any small sandwiches or pizza for $3.99 (after 3 p.m.), or try their luck at Bingo on Wednesday nights. Those who can finish a large sandwich in fewer than 10 minutes — the restaurant’s “Lotza Meat Challenge” — are rewarded with a free Cinnabon and their picture on the wall.

“Every day is a little bit better,” she said. “I already have people coming in four times per week. Those who come in and try it really love it.”

Located in the Englewood ShopRite Plaza, Schlotzsky’s is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 8:30 p.m., Saturday, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

For more information, call 201-608-5422 or visit schlotzskys.com.

Source: NorthJersey.com

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