Only a couple of months after the second Jersey Mike's in Lubbock opened, they have announced a third one is coming.

This chain actually was created back in 1956. Below is the actual storefront location and was originally called Mike's Subs. According to their website, "Mike opened the small shop in the sea-side town of Point Pleasant, New Jersey. You have to remember that in 1956, there were very few franchise restaurants or hamburger chains. No chain pizza, chicken or taco restaurants, either. In 1956, proprietors of mom-and-pop businesses would open their stores in basic storefront locations like you see here. To survive and thrive, they had to offer exceptional quality products, coupled with unparalleled service. In 1956, Mike was unique in that the product he was offering was a relatively new item in American society – the submarine sandwich."

Jersey Mike's Subs

Jersey Mike's Subs

Fast forward to today, the CEO Peter Cancro is overseeing more than 2,000 locations open and under development. Jersey Mike's is known to offer "a sub above – one that’s measured in more than inches or seconds ‘til served."

They say their produce is grown, packed, and shipped locally (where available), and then handled with the utmost care at our stores. When you eat one of our subs Mike’s Way, you can be certain that your veggies were prepped by hand earlier that day for the highest level of freshness and flavor.

My favorite part about their sandwich shop? Getting it Mike's way. Their Red wine vinegar and an olive oil blend are the best.

Jersey Mike's is currently located at 6319 82nd St Suite #300, Lubbock, TX 79424. Their second location just opened at 11417 Slide Road, Lubbock, TX. Which is right by the new Johnny Fab's Cadillixan Grill at 114th and Slide.

The third location is coming to the other side of town at the old HubCity Burger Bar location at 3711 19th Street. They hope to open in November 2024.

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