Five hot Shackwiches from Green Shack Market
When it comes to a deli menu, the Green Shack Market is definitively not one to disappoint. You are in for a great treat and a great gourmet experience. The menu for shackwiches includes both cold and hot. Let us go over the hot shackwiches that can be ordered online or eat at the diner. The Green Shack Market is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
The Joker is a classic made of hot pastrami with caramelized onions, mustard, cheese, and pickles with any choice of bread, cheeses, veggies, and spreads. This one is, as they call it, the Green Shack’s own signature “hot pastrami”. It is customizable since you get to choose from a large selection of ingredients. It can be personalized with as much as sixteen joker spreads, four cheeses from a list of twenty, and it goes on. You really need to give this one a bite.
The “Shack” Style Philly
Think caramelized onions, melted cheese, bell peppers, and Green Shack’s exclusive sauce all on sliced and grilled toast beef. This what this sub is about and more. With up to four cheese picks and some extras to add to your sub, you can never go wrong with the “Shack”.
The Reuben Roulette
This one is traditional on rye. Pick four cheeses to go with grilled corned beef and onions. Next, add sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, and pickles and the Shack’s own Russian dressing. Great thing about the Roulette is that you have the option to add bacon for a small extra cost. Complement it with some fresh veggies.
Mafia Meatball Sub “It´s Killer”
This is a toasted roll packed with homemade beef meatballs and delicious Italian sausage. The marinara sauce with Parmesan and melted mozzarella are just the beginning. You can add up to four Mafia Extra Options. Try them all!
The Roast Beef “Dipper”
This is grilled and sliced roast beef with caramelized onions in Au Jus. It also includes melted provolone on a French roll. There is some extra Au just for dipping. Pick as many ingredients as you want from the list of over sixteen.
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