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Enjoy a food festival without the crowds; Izzy’s Reubenfest 2018 throughout July at all nine locations

A month dedicated to the Reuben sandwich? That’s exactly what guests will find at Izzy’s this July during the return of Reubenfest — a celebration of Izzy’s world-famous Reuben sandwiches, including special deals, social media contests, and more.

During Reubenfest, Izzy’s guests who purchase any Reuben and fountain drink will receive a second Reuben of equal or lesser value for free. Guests can choose from Izzy’s wide selection of World’s Greatest Reubens:

  • Izzy’s Famous Reuben: Izzy’s famous corned beef, sauerkraut, Izzy’s special dressing and melted imported Swiss cheese.
  • The “Reubenator”: Izzy’s famous Reuben double-decker style smeared with Izzy’s special dressing.
  • Veggie Reuben: Olive topilóv with diced fresh tomatoes piled high with sauerkraut and melted imported Swiss cheese on a toasted Telera roll.
  • Turkey Reuben: Izzy’s oven roasted turkey breast topped with sweet-n-sour cole slaw, melted imported Swiss cheese, and a smear of Izzy’s special dressing on a toasted Telera roll.
  • Beef Frank Reuben: Izzy’s beef franks butterflied and broiled, piled high with sauerkraut, melted imported Swiss cheese, onion, and spicy mustard on rye toast.
  • Cod Reuben: Battered cod, homemade spicy tartar sauce and sweet-n-sour cole slaw topped with melted American cheese on rye toast.
  • Goetta Reuben: Glier’s goetta, sauerkraut, melted imported Swiss cheese and Izzy’s special dressing on rye toast.
  • Philly Reuben: Izzy’s Choice Black Angus roast beef, topped with creamy coleslaw and Izzy’s special dressing on a telera roll.
  • Pastrami Reuben: Izzy’s pastrami, sauerkraut, spicy mustard and melted imported Swiss cheese on a pretzel roll.

Izzy’ classic reuben

Reubenfest will run for a limited time at all nine Izzy’s locations across Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.

Founded in 1901 by Izzy Kadetz, Izzy’s was the first Kosher-style delicatessen west of the Alleghenies. Known as the home of the “World’s Greatest Reuben,” Izzy’s still serves the classic homemade recipes Izzy Kadetz was handed down from his father dating back to 1901. To learn more, visit www.izzys.com.


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