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What's the green font? It's at Subway.
Although some of the repeating letters look close I think it is hand done - but skillfully.
That's what I thought too, but when I looked closer there was too much repetition (obscured by rotation/scaling).
Since it’s for an one-off promotion, it could well be a collection of just those letters made with a vector program.
Anyway, if someone would like to zoom in for a closer look:
Meet Me in Brooklyn is strangely close (maybe someone rounded it over for this use?):
Not a close one, but the letter shapes look appropriate for an easy editing: Pusab free font by Ryoichi Tsunekawa [designer at flat-it, Dharma Type, etc]
As an experiment I rounded Meet Me in Brooklyn while trying to respect the general average of the outlines
Interesting stuff, guys.
It seems most probable that a setting of "Meet Me in Brooklyn" was somehow processed (maybe an auto-trace of the MyFonts rendering) to arrive at each glyph.