Eating on the Cheap: ‘The Gobbler’ sandwich at 4th Ave. Deli


November 10, 2022
By Matt Sterner

It's Thanksgiving between two buns

The sandwich shop that looks like it’s literally sandwiched between two other buildings is coming in strong with its limited-edition sandwich of the month.

"The Gobbler" (Photo courtesy of 4th Ave. Deli)
“The Gobbler” (Photo courtesy of 4th Ave. Deli)

Over at 425 N. Fourth Ave., The Gobbler has waddled back onto the menu at 4th Ave. Deli. For a limited time, the beast of a sandwich, which is a combination of popular Thanksgiving leftovers, is available for $12.

The sandwich is layered with a quarter-pound of Boar’s Head turkey, cranberry sauce, green apple stuffing, green leaf lettuce, Roma tomatoes, and mayonnaise that glues it all together on a toasted Sicilian hoagie roll.

"The Gobbler" (Photo courtesy of 4th Ave. Deli)
“The Gobbler” (Photo courtesy of 4th Ave. Deli)

Over the last few years, the 833-square-foot restaurant has not only been popular for its lineup of sandwiches, hot dogs, and desserts but for its affordability and convenience along the Avenue as well.

Currently, the sandwich shop is open from 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. daily and The Gobbler will only be around for a limited time.

Keep in mind that we’ll be rounding up Thanksgiving dinners and events all season, so be sure to check out our article “Thanksgiving 2022: Turkey, pumpkin pie & vegan meals to gobble up in Tucson.”

4th Ave. Deli is located at 425 N. Fourth Ave. For more information, visit 4thavedeli.com and follow 4th Ave. Deli on Instagram

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