McAlister's Deli to open Sept. 20 in Jasper

By Herald Staff

JASPER — McAlister's Deli, a leading fast casual chain, will open its doors in  Jasper at 3803 Newton St., at 10:30 a.m. on Sept. 20.

To celebrate the grand opening, the location will be giving away Free Tea for a Year to the first 95 guests in line on opening day, as well as hosting a ribbon-cutting ceremony with the Chamber of Commerce. Known for its genuine hospitality, McAlister’s Deli is home to handcrafted sandwiches, always-fresh salads, giant stuffed spuds, and McAlister’s Deli Famous Sweet Tea.   

  “We are so excited to have a presence in Jasper, Indiana," said David Blackburn, franchise owner of Southern Rock Restaurants LLC. "With the success in the neighboring Bedford and Vincennes communities we knew this would be a great fit for the McAlister’s brand."

This location offers several different safe and convenient ways for guests to dine, including dine-in, delivery, in-store pickup, and a pickup window where guests place an online or mobile order then drive-thru to pick up their meal. The Jasper restaurant will be open daily from 10:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.  For more information, call the restaurant at 812-817-0687 or visit the McAlister's Deli – Jasper Facebook page.

 Ahead of the grand opening, this location will host a complimentary dinner and lunch for Jasper’s local heroes. On Friday, first responders and service heroes can enjoy a lunch on us and then teachers can stop by for a complimentary dinner that day. All local heroes are welcome, they just have to show a valid ID when they arrive.

McAlister’s guests always have the opportunity to skip the line by placing their order through the McAlister’s app and rewards program or online at www.mcalistersdeli.com and can conveniently pick up their order to-go or select delivery. Download the app and sign up today for a free tea.

McAlister’s also offers a variety of fresh, made-to-order catering options including breakfast, snacks, spud bars, salads, sandwich trays, box lunches and desserts.

 




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