Sloppy Joe

A Sloppy Joe is an American dish, which is composed of ground beef, sweetened tomato sauce or ketchup, onions and other seasonings that is served on a hamburger bun. Textured vegetable protein meat may be used as a vegetarian substitute for the meat. The Original Sloppy Joe Sandwich was invented at Sloppy Joe’s Bar in Key West, Florida. Some say it was invented by a cook named Joe at a cafe in Sioux City, Iowa, as an alternative to the  popular “loose meat” sandwich (which does not contain tomato sauce).

Town Hall Deli is known to be the birthplace of The Sloppy Joe Sandwich. And this is not the chopped meat on a bun that you had for lunch in the cafeteria that made you hate your lunch every Wednesdays. Sloppy Joes are worth waiting for — a truly perfect concoction of textures and tastes made with two meats of your choice, coleslaw, cheese, homemade Russian dressing, all neatly and precisely assembled between 3 layers of specially-baked light Pullman rye, first sliced the long way and then in eighths. A true work of art, each Sloppy Joe in Town Hall Deli can literally feed 2-3 people (or just you for two or three meals, if you do not want to share!), and is made to your specifications.

Joes, as it is popularly called, can be served on platters, or taken to-go wrapped and tied in a “cake box.” It can be enjoyed for parties, lunch, dinner, barbecues, appetizers and midnight snacks. Your kids will surely love these American-style sandwiches

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