FAST FOOD NEWS: Subway Pit-Smoked Brisket and Sliders

News Subway Smoked Brisket

Watch out, Arby’s! Subway now has brisket that’s also been smoked for at least 13 hours.

Subway’s Pit-Smoked Brisket Sandwich is being advertised as having a layer of smoked brisket with smoked cheddar cheese and a zesty barbecue sauce on Italian bread. A six-inch sub has 520 calories. It’s available for a limited time at participating locations.

News Subway Sliders

Watch out, Arby’s, White Castle, and Krystal! Subway now offers its own Sliders, which start at $1.89. There are four varieties available:

  • Little Cheesesteak – (180 calories) Shaved steak, white American cheese, red onions, green peppers, and a Chipotle Southwest sauce on telera slider roll.
  • Little Turkey – (200 calories) Turkey breast slices, pepper jack cheese, mayonnaise, and spinach topped with mayonnaise on a telera slider roll.
  • Italian Spice – (230 calories) Pepperoni, Genoa salami, white American cheese, and Subway’s vinaigrette on a telera slider roll.
  • Ham & Jack – (150 calories) Black Forest Ham and pepper jack cheese on a telera slider roll.

If you’ve tried any of the new products, let us know what you think of them in the comments.

(Images via Subway.)

2 thoughts to “FAST FOOD NEWS: Subway Pit-Smoked Brisket and Sliders”

  1. I’ve tried 3 of the 4 sliders. The cheesesteak is my favorite: HUGE on flavor, tender steak, melty cheese, flavorful sauce, and I love the chewy rolls they all come on. The ham is basic, but good. The turkey wasn’t good because it was TOASTED. I wasn’t loving the slimy hot spinach and warm gooey mayo. I tried it a second time, asking that they not toast it, and it was 100% better.

    I hope these stay around because they’re tiny and delicious and cheap (they’re the only Subway items I don’t think are grossly overpriced, except for the cookies: the caramel apple cookie is big, chewy, and amazing for 49 cents).

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