Tiny’s Giant Sandwich Shop Now Open with New Image

Posted on: July 20th, 2011 at 10:12 am by

Tiny’s Giant Sandwich Shop is finally back on track after weeks of renovations. The beloved neighborhood sandwicherie was initially slated to reopen at the end of June. Obviously the remodeling took a bit longer than expected. A couple notable changes are immediately apparent, aside from the slightly altered menu.  And it’s definitely an image makeover for the twelve year-old establishment.

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First of all, the standby red-and-white branding is no more.  The longtime signage hanging from the facade of 129 Rivington Street was instead replaced with something a bit more upscale-rustic.  Two-toned woodboard signage.

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Meanwhile, that less trafficked Norfolk Street entrance was overruled, and converted to a takeout window for various beverages (e.g. coffees, sodas, juices).

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