Eat and Drink Hale and Hearty launching mini sandwiches for lunch By Melissa Kravitz email@example.com Updated April 21, 2016 4:22 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Stop slurping your soup and prepare for picnic season: Hale and Hearty is making new mini sandwiches. Priced at $3.95 each and 275 calories or less, these signature sandwiches will be made with local ingredients, like Murray's Cheese cheeses, McClure's Pickles and Tom Cat Bread, and they can be easily mixed and matched for a DIY lunch tasting menu or a pairing with soup or salad. Launching Monday, April 25, the slider-like sandwiches will be available at four stores: 350 Hudson St., 110 Maiden St., Chelsea Market and 745 7th Ave. If they're a huge success, they'll roll out to more Hale and Hearty locations. amNewYork got an exclusive sneak pick at the new mini menu items. Chermoula chicken salad Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz This dairy-free Moroccan-style sandwich is made with shredded chicken, carrots and spinach on ciabatta. Hale and Hearty will also make a mini version of its classic balsamic chicken and avocado sandwich. Ricotta and ham with spicy peach jam Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz Not only does the name of this sandwich kind of rhyme, it has a satisfying spicy and sweet pairing between the fluffy cheese, fresh meat and artisanal pepper and peach jam. A roasted turkey sandwich with apple and Brussels sprouts slaw and dijon mustard will be another meaty and fruity option. Murray's cheddar with sweet and spicy pickles and beer mustard Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz This vegetarian NYC ingredient-inspired sandwich is made on a pretzel croissant and has a satisfying crunch to each bite. Two other mini vegetarian sandwiches will be available: Roasted tomato caprese with homemade walnut pesto and fresh mozzarella on a baguette, as well as a smoky deviled egg with smoked paprika and house-pickled red onions. By Melissa Kravitz firstname.lastname@example.org Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.