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Quizno’s ‘Brining’ Back Seasonal Lobster Sub

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Quizno’s is observing Lent this year by re-introducing their seasonal lobster and seafood salad sub. Quizno’s launched the fishy sub for a limited time a few years ago, but brought it back this week, “just in time for Lent,” according to Susan Lintonsmith from their Chief Marketing Office. The seafood sub was popular while it lasted, so news of its comeback should be just as exciting for lobster fans as it is for those with Lent-based dietary restrictions.

The Lobster and Seafood Salad sub is accompanied by the Lobster and Seafood Fresh Salad, both of which feature seasonal greens and 51% lobster meat. Both sandwich and salad are only available for a limited time.

H/T PRNewswire + PicThx Quizno’s

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It’s Back! Double Cheese Cheesesteak at Quiznos

Are sissy, SINGLE cheesesteak sandwiches leaving you hungry? Does your body crave that extra serving of cheese and meat? Crave no more, because QuiznosDouble Cheese Cheesesteak is back and ready to satisfy your hunger. Indulge yourself with a double serving of their thinly sliced Prime Rib beef, double the Swiss cheese, sauteed onions, and mayo, sandwiched between your choice of their Artisan Breads.

Holding back because of your New Year’s Resolution to work out? Simple, do a DOUBLE work out. Ha ha… I’ll shut up now.

Hit up your local participating Quiznos for a bite of double meaty, cheesy goodness!

 

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Quiznos Facing Possible Bankruptcy Into 2012

“Say it isn’t so” — say the last couple straggling Quiznos customers who don’t know that Subway will also toast their subs.

OK, it’s not that bad, yet. But it seems that Quiznos has never really bounced back from the “terrible economy” and the discounted prices of some of its biggest competitors (Subway’s $5 Foot Longs). Coupled with a generally higher ticket, as well as a model based around toasting subs, of which Subway has implemented a response with its own toasting ovens, Quiznos hasn’t had anything significant in recent years to showcase any competitive response to its industry.

Quiznos said it will file for bankruptcy protection if it fails “to reach restructuyring deals with all of its creditors and cannot receive significant concessions from former executives and certainlandlords and former area developers.” [Associated Press]

With roughly 3,500 stores interntationally, Quiznos has closed about 1,500 stores in recent years. Along with that, Quiznos warns that sales over the summer will come in below projections, reports The Wall Street Journal.

A majority of Quiznos’ creditors have agreed to a plan by the restaurant chain to restructure or pay off some $875 million in debt, but a filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection still remains a real possibility. [AP]

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Quiznos Releases Buffalo Chicken Sub

Local participating Quiznos locations are adding a Buffalo Chicken Sub to their “Signature” sub line. The sub will feature oven-roasted, all white meat chicken, melted mozzarella, topped with blue cheese crumbles, crispy fried onions and lettuce, all drizzled with their Signature Buffalo Sauce. A regular size sub on white bread will set you back 718 calories, 29.5 grams of fat and 2670 milligrams of  sodium. No word on whether or not this sub is bound to be a limited time only menu item, so I highly suggest you try one of these before they’re gone.

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Return of the Black Angus Steak Sub at Quizno’s

Back by popular demand, Quizno’s Subs has brought back their Black Angus Steak Sub. For a limited-time only, the sub will feature thick-sliced Black Angus steak, aged cheddar, mozzarella, sauteed mushrooms and onions, and a combination of their signature Honey Bourbon Mustard and Zesty Grille Sauce, all between your choice of their Artisan Breads (pictured is their Rosemary Parmesan). A regular sub runs for $6.49 and has 752 calories and 24 grams of fat.

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Quiznos Reveals Their New Harvest Chicken Sandwich

Quiznos latest menu addition was just revealed in the form of their new Harvest Chicken Sandwich. The sub, in the vein of their most recent “farmer’s market” direction (see: Farmer’s Market Salads and Whole Grain Flatbread Wraps), features Honey-Dijon chicken, grapes, apples, dried cranberries, cucumbers, pumpkin seeds, spring mix lettuce and Acai Vinaigrette on your choice of Artisan Breads: white, wheat, Rosemary Parmesan, Chipotle Jack, or Whole Grain Flatbread.

How do y’all feel about the new direction of these Quiznos subs? Anyone get out and try one recently?

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Quizno’s Reveals New Whole Grain Flatbread Wraps & Farmer’s Market Salads

 

Today, we get word from Quiznos that not only have they confirmed the limite time Southern BBQ Pulled Pork Sub, but they’ve also announced the launch of new whole grain Flatbread Wraps and fresh Farmers’ Market Salads to its menu.

The new Flatbread Wrap option allows customers to get their wraps in an apparently “healthy, fiber-rich whole grain wrap.”

Along with the new wraps, Quiznos has also revealed Farmers’ Market Salads in two initial varieties: Harvest Chicken Salad and Caprese Chicken Salad. The Harvest Chicken Salad (seen above) is complete with pumpkin seeds and Acai Vinaigrette, while the Caprese features fresh mozzarella pearls marinated in Basil Pesto dressing.

Both these salads are available for a limited time only.

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Quiznos Teases a New Southern BBQ Pulled Pork Sub

According to the above advertisement, it looks like June 6th will mark the release of a limited-time Southern BBQ Pulled Pork Sub at participating Quiznos locations. The sandwich features “slow-roasted pulled pork,” all-natural mozzarella & cheddar cheeses, pickles, yellow mustard and smoky BBQ Sauce.

Along for the ride in the joint new menu item announcement is a Harvest Chicken Salad, a leafy bed of honey-dijon chicken, Granny Smith apples, grapes, dried cranberries, cucumbers, tomatoes, pumpkin seeds and Acai vinaigrette. But did you hear there’s going to be a pulled pork sub? Sign us up for that!