NEW YORK The Original SoupMan, a 24-unit gourmet soup chain made famous years ago in a Seinfeld episode, is repositioning itself to become more of a fast-casual deli-style sandwich concept. The chain has already begun offering a New York-style deli menu at its units in Staten Island, N.Y., and at the Mohegan Sun Casino in Uncasville, Conn. The sandwiches, which are served on a choice of rye, hoagie, sourdough, white and wheat breads, or white and wheat wraps, are priced between $5.95 and ...
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