Sandwich to Feature Succulent Lobster Salad, Naan Flatbread
In the days of old, Greek mariners knew well to fear the wrath of mighty Neptune. From Wednesday, February 11 to Saturday, March 28, visitors to Erbert and Gerbert’s will be able to enjoy the bounty that Neptune provides, sans that whole wrath business. That’s because during that time the gourmet sandwich restaurant will be making its Neptune sandwich available to hungry scallywags wherever an Erbert and Gerbert’s shop is moored.
Beginning on February 11, Erbert and Gerbert’s, the sandwich shop famous for its gourmet sandwiches with unique names like Pompeii and Spartan, will add the Neptune to its menu for a limited time. Made with succulent, cold-water lobster mixed with Curtido, Hellmann’s mayonnaise and a hint of lemon, along with romaine lettuce on a delicious stone-ground, hand-stretched naan flatbread, the Neptune can be netted for $7.29.
“The Neptune is a perfect fit among our Apollo and Titan sandwiches,” said Erbert and Gerbert’s VP of Marketing Chuck Schwalbe. “Guests have enjoyed our previous limited time menu offerings in a big way and it’s clear with the Neptune that that’s a trend that’s going to continue. We’re excited to be providing yet another new menu choice that stands to be our best yet.”
Founded in 1988 in Eau Claire, Wisconsin and themed originally from a child’s storybook, Erbert & Gerbert’s has grown to over 81 locations in eight states, with locations ranging from urban centers to rural areas. Growth for 2015 is targeted Iowa, North Carolina, Minnesota, Indiana, Wisconsin, Montana and North and South Dakota, with additional franchises slated to open in Michigan and Texas. For franchising information, visit www.erbertandgerberts.com.