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Jersey Mike’s Opening Second Location In Williamsburg

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JAMES CITY-Jersey Mike’s Subs will open a second location in the Williamsburg area in Lightfoot.

“Jersey Mike’s is expected to open at 6493 Centerville Road in Williamsburg in the first half of 2022,” said Kyle Potvin with Jersey Mike’s Franchise Systems, Inc, whose international headquarters is in New Jersey.

The new Jersey Mike’s Subs shop will be located in the Lightfoot Marketplace, the shopping center anchored by Harris Teeter.

Jersey Mike’s first location in Williamsburg opened in 2016 on Monticello Avenue. The sandwich shop also has locations in Hampton and Gloucester as well as several locations on the Southside and in Richmond.

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