Wrap City brings regional and international wraps, sandwiches, salads and flatbreads together under one roof. Our mission is to inspire people to try new and exciting flavor combinations that are age old favorites as well as wrap city created specialties. 

What does it all mean

Bangkok Nights

Was named for the largest population of vegetarians in the world are from the Indian culture

 

Blue Ribbon

The word cordon bleu actually means blue ribbon

 

Buffalo's Anchor

Buffalo chicken originated in buffalo NY in a small place named Anchor bar. We don't know if buffalo is overly excited for being famous for buffalo wings but we love how tasty a wrap it makes

 

Cape Codder

The style of chicken salad on this wrap is from cape cod mass

 

Cyprus Sun

Because of the Greek style feta cheese and the bright colors and flavors in this wrap we named it after the most beautiful Greek Islands

 

Dallas Style

Steak and BBQ sauce. That's big Dallas flavors for ya

 

Hidden valley

Ranch dressing was invented by the man who owned the Hidden Valley Ranch in California. He named one of the best and tastiest dressings after his ranch.
Thanks man

 

Jersey Greek

New Jersey is home to the largest population of Greeks in one area in the USA

 

Kingston Jerk

Named for the Capital of Jamaica where jerk seasoning and jerk chicken come from

 

L.A. Rueben

Is the style of RUEBAN that comes from the Los Angeles area. Made w turkey and coleslaw instead of corned beef and sauerkraut

 

Paris Shroom

Named for the oversized button mushroom known as the Portobello. Made famous by the French

 

Plymouth County

Plymouth County? Plymouth Rock? Turkey ?? Need I say more?

 

Rachel

We got nothing on this one. Maybe a woman named Rachel invented this version but we don’t know where the name came from

 

San Antonio

Named for the tex mex style of this wrap. San Antonio Texas is where tex mex fusion started. Thank god for that

 

Santa Barbra Ranch

Is the county that the hidden valley ranch resides in

 

The Alamo

Cajun spice, avocado, chipotle sauce, pepper jack. Yup it should be named the Alamo

 

Wicked Tuna

Named appropriately because the wrap is simple and it tastes Wicked awesome

Carolina's Pride

The style of the pulled pork sandwich and the BBQ sauce originated in North Carolina

 

Cleveland Yellow

The fried bologna sandwich originated in Cleveland Ohio. We added the egg because it tastes good

 

Kingston Bay

Thousand island dressing was invented by a chef that worked in a resort in the thousand islands. Kingston bay is an area at the beginning of the thousand islands

 

Martha's Fav

One of our friends lived in Sarasota Florida for a few years and she used to always tell me about this sandwich she used to love at a little sandwich shop down there

 

Miamiwich

A pulled pork sandwich with a Miami attitude

 

Mississippi Blues

The roast beef and the horseradish sandwich with bleu cheese is
very popular to that region

 

Omaha Rueben

The Rueben is said to come from a man that worked in a sandwich shop in Omaha Nebraska. Although some claim it comes from New York there seems to be
more weight and literature from the Omaha version

 

Outer Banks

Known for some of the best tuna fishing in the world. The outer banks sandwich is also outta bounds

 

Philly's best

Philadelphia is famous for the Philly cheese steak. We wanted to give it the proper respect it deserves so we got the same bread that they use at pats steak n cheese, we use real cheese Wiz and chopped sautéed onion

 

Portlander

The submarine sandwich name originated in Portland Maine. A man came out with the sandwich that was full of sliced cold cuts and because of the shape of the sandwich and the proximity to the water it resembled a submarine. Hence the submarine sandwich was born

 

Si Racha

Si Racha Thailand is home to the origin of Sriracha sauce.  Although the most famous and most successful version is made in Irwindale California by a man who started off selling the sauce on the street corner to eat. The Huy Fong foods name is after the ship that the owner came over on

 

Tampa's Cuban

The Cuban sandwich didn't start in Tampa but we think it was perfected there. Many Cuban immigrants that settled and worked in Tampa brought the delicious sandwich to the states. It was very popular amongst cigar factories in Cuba and the original version didn't have pickle and it had a different version of ham. We like the Tampa version so we named it appropriately