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Schlotzky's

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by Dawes, Aug 30, 2004.

  1. Dawes

    Dawes

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    This sandwich chain recently filed for Chapter 11 (IIRC). I always liked their food, although they seem a little on the pricey side. Are they a nationwide chain, or regional?
     
  2. chromeluv

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    Three here in central columbus...

     

  3. Kearsage

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    It is a chain with stores in many states.
     
  4. FThorn

    FThorn TV/Movie Club

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    I always remember they were the first restaurant I ate at (in Indy) where the cooks would read the numbers, in a MEXICAN ACCENT.

    That's when they first came in.

    Just a few years ago.

    I am utterly speechless at how many mexican immigrants have come to settle in Indy. It went from hardly any, to many. Same with Indians.

    I like their sandwiches.
     
  5. okie

    okie GT Mayor

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    Wichita KS had some;a
     
  6. Jeeps

    Jeeps Millennium Member

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    Man!

    That sucks. There was a Schlotzky's down the street from my old job and I would visit them once a week for a rueben sandwich on marble rye!

    There aren't any up here that I have found yet.

    Bummer. They had some great sandwiches.
     
  7. KennyC

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    I know here in Denver the quality definitely went down IMO the last few years. It just didn't seem to have what it had before....

    KAC
     
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    They've been disappearing from this area.
    The one that WAS in Sanford is now a used car lot.
     
  9. Guest

    One real close we used to go to a lot is now a Mexican place. Coincidence?? ;f
     
  10. Remander

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    I love the Turkey/Jalapeno pizza they serve in the Texas area, and the Thai Chicken pizza they have in most places. The sandwiches are awesome too.

    Hate to see them go Bktcy.

    Just goes to show that most lard-*** fast-food Americans prefer fried turd-burgers to quality food.

    Too bad.
     
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    They went bellyup in my area quite awhile ago.
     
  12. Onion11

    Onion11 Pluck Off!

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    At one point in time they were known as one of the fastest growing franchises in America..Ironic.