BURLINGTON – Jersey Mike’s Subs, known for its freshly sliced/fresh grilled subs, has won breakthrough Planning Board approval to move into 50 Summit Drive off the Middlesex Turnpike.
The location, which shares the building with another tenant, is in the newly developed lot between Best Buy and Midas. Jersey Mike’s space comprises 1,185 square feet.
The space had been looking for a tenant for some time now, but the Burlington spot should be a good complement to Jersey Mike‘s Subs in Bedford which opened earlier in 2021.
Customers can place orders for takeout in-store or for pickup through the website or through the Jersey Mike’s app. Additionally, delivery is available to most areas through the Jersey Mike’s app or through third-party delivery partners. Curbside pickup is available for orders placed in Jersey Mike’s app.
Jersey Mike’s premium meats and cheeses are sliced on the spot and piled on store-baked bread. Jersey Mike fans crave their Mike’s Way® prepared subs with the freshest vegetables – onions, lettuce and tomatoes – topped off with an exquisite twist of “juice”, red wine vinegar and a blend olive oil. Authentic cheesesteaks are grilled fresh.
Jersey Mike’s believes that making a sub sandwich and making a difference can be one and the same. Since 2010, Jersey Mike locations across the country have raised over $68 million for local charities. In 2021, the society’s 11th annual Jersey Mike Giving Month in March raised more than $15 million for more than 200 charities nationwide.
Jersey Mike’s Subs, with over 2,000 locations nationwide, serves up authentic freshly sliced/freshly grilled subs on freshly baked bread in store – the same recipe it started with in 1956. Passion for Giving in local Jersey communities Mike is reflected in his mission statement “Give…to make a difference in someone’s life.”
Planners were excited about the new Burlington sub-store, recognizing the company’s track record across the country.
“Obviously, with the number of stores [Jersey Mike’s] a, they clearly know what they are doing,” said Planning Board member Paul Raymond.
The council approved the special permit by a vote of 6-0. President Brenda Rappaport was absent from the meeting.