September 1, 2010 – Schlotzsky’s Deli rolled out three new chicken sandwiches this week, continuing the 300-plus unit chain’s Route 66 menu campaign featuring menu items named for cities along the iconic American highway.
The new Santa Fe Chick sandwich features thinly sliced, roasted chicken breast, cheddar cheese, fat-free spicy ranch dressing, green chiles, lettuce, green onion and tomato on toasted jalapeño cheese bread. It comes in small and medium sizes priced about $4.99 and $5.99, respectively. Prices of the signature round sandwiches vary by location.
The same thinly sliced roasted chicken breast is teamed with fennel-artichoke pesto, provolone cheese and baby spinach on toasted sourdough bread for the Sedona Chick sandwich. It has a suggested price of $5.99 for the small and $6.99 for the medium.
Lastly, the California Chick highlights guacamole, alfalfa sprouts, pepper jack cheese, bacon, red onion, tomatoes, lettuce, fat-free spicy ranch dressing, thin-sliced roasted chicken breast and toasted jalapeño cheese bread. It sells for $5.99 to $6.99 for small and medium portions, respectively. Read more.
Source: Nation’s Restaurant News
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