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Meet the New “Boss” Sandwich at Zorn’s of Bethpage

Two iconic Long Island brands have teamed up to create the ultimate sandwich – “The Boss.”

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Two iconic Long Island brands have teamed up to create the ultimate sandwich – “The Boss.” Legendary bagel maker Bagel Boss and Zorn's of Bethpage, Long Island’s original home of rotisserie and skinless southern fried chicken, are proud to introduce this next-level turkey sandwich destined to become a lunchtime favorite.
The Boss is piled high with Zorn’s of Bethpage sliced Grade-A roasted turkey on a freshly baked Bagel Boss plain Flagel, and topped with lettuce, tomato, fresh cucumber, and homemade roasted garlic mayo. 
Bagel Boss invented the Flagel, a flat bagel, back in 1999. It’s the perfect base for this hearty sandwich that joins Zorn’s extensive homemade, farm-to-table menu offerings. Bagel Boss and Zorn’s make everything the old-fashioned way using the highest quality ingredients.
"We are very excited about our brand new sandwich creations! Working together with another Long Island favorite, Bagel Boss, has lead to a few new delicious food combinations and we are looking forward to sharing them with our customers" said Merrill Zorn, CEO of Zorn's of Bethpage.
"The Bagel Boss family is proud to partner with the Zorn's family, we have been fans and customers of their's for over 40 years." said Adam Rosner, Chairman of Bagel Boss.
Show your appetite who’s boss and stop by Zorn’s to pick up The Boss, available 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Monday through Friday. Zorn’s is located at 4321 Hempstead Turnpike in Bethpage.