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Lion’s Choice Brings Back Sweet ‘N Smoky BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich and Sweet Potato Waffle Fries

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The iconic St. Louis brand has been famous for their ridiculously good roast beef sandwiches since 1967

Lion’s Choice will bring back two fan favorite menu items for a limited time. Available now through September 1 at all locations, guests can enjoy the Sweet ‘N Smoky BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich and Sweet Potato Waffle Fries.

The iconic St. Louis brand has been famous for their ridiculously good roast beef sandwiches since 1967. However, Lion’s Choice also offers a variety of different sandwiches, salads and sides as well as desserts. Lion’s Choice’s commitment to doing things the right way extends from their signature menu items to these new limited time offerings.

The Sweet ‘N’ Smoky Pulled Pork Sandwich ($4.49 for original; $5.69 for large) is made with Lion’s Choice Sweet ‘n Smoky BBQ sauce, served on a buttery toasted bun with a bed of pickles and topped with creamy coleslaw. Lion’s Choice Sweet Potato Waffle Fries ($2.20 for original; $2.60 for large) are made with nutrient-dense sweet potatoes and cut waffle-style for crispiness.

“Delicious BBQ is synonymous with summer, and we’re thrilled to bring back our slow-roasted pulled pork sandwich with the perfect accompaniment of sweet potato waffles fries,” says Michael Kupstas, President and CEO of Lion’s Choice. “We’ve had success recently in taking proven winners from our past menus and making them even better. Our team tweaked and retooled these items to make sure that they were current for consumers’ tastes and also lived up to our promise of ridiculously good food. In the case of the Sweet ‘N Smoky Pulled Pork Sandwich, we tested countless sauce recipes until we settled on one that’s rich and flavorful. The pickles add a great contrast of texture and flavor whereas the coleslaw just really enhances the sandwich to a new level.”

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