MetroFresh to take Jersey Mike’s Subs space

Health-conscious Midtown eatery wipes sandwich franchise's chin.

Health-conscious eatery wipes sandwich franchise’s chin.

MetroFresh is expanding its Midtown location.

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The popular health-conscious restaurant, located in the Midtown Promenade Shopping Center since 2005, is working to double its size, Hunt Archbold with Midtown Patch first reported.

MetroFresh will take over the recently-shuttered Jersey Mike’s Subs space next door, at 931 Monroe Drive, according to the report.

“The opportunity came up and we jumped,” Mitchell Anderson, owner of MetroFresh, told Patch. “We’re very excited.”

Construction is slated to begin later this year. MetroFresh will be closed for a period of 10-14 days during the expansion.

For more project specifics, read Hunt Archbold’s thoughtful report here.

Photo courtesy of Hunt Archbold, Midtown Patch.


Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak (CJS) is the Founder of What Now Media Group, Inc., the publisher of What Now Atlanta and What Now Los Angeles.
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7 years ago

Best casual dining in Midtown/Piedmont EVER. Love this place!

7 years ago

love MetroFresh — this is a great move for them. Maybe they can become a true dinner destination now as well.

7 years ago

Nice. I eat here sometimes and this is a great business to expand. Also happy to see the Gilbert’s concept expanding into the old Outwrite bookstore.

Now if we can please remember that Midtown residents are not all millionaires, and keep the price points reasonable, maybe these businesses can have a chance to succeed.

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