East Hampton Sandwich Co Opens In Fort Worth

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It is certainly fun to watch local entrepreneurs grow their brands. After only opening its doors two years ago this week, East Hampton Sandwich Co. is celebrating the opening of its third location on Tuesday, September 16 in Fort Worth. The new location in the recently revamped West Bend development marks the brand’s first location in Fort Worth, an area where founder Hunter Pond was eager to see expansion.  

The popular Dallas-based, fast-casual sandwich shop offers classic, hand-crafted sandwiches made with quality ingredients and offers quick, upscale service. Interesting sandwich options ranging from the Fried Chicken + Jack made with southern fried chicken, pepper jack, greens + cured bacon and avocado mash to the Lobster Roll made up of knuckle and claw meat, chives + split lobster tail, microgreens and butter drizzle bring sandwiches to the next level. Salads, sides and carefully selected beer and wine make up the menu.

In celebration of the two year anniversary of East Hampton Sandwich Co is offering drink and lobster roll specials. Guests are invited to stop by any location for one of East Hampton’s famous lobster rolls and enjoy $1 Hampton Bloody Marys, $1 Mimosas and $1 Sangrias.

West Bend
1605 S. University Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76107
 
Snider Plaza
6912 Snider Plaza
Dallas, TX 75205
 
Shops at Legacy
7300 Lone Star Dr. Ste. C128
Plano, TX 75204
 

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2 responses to “East Hampton Sandwich Co Opens In Fort Worth

  1. KK

    The lobster rolls at E. Hampton do NOT look like this. They have large pieces of knuckle meat, but not this crazy yummy amount of lobster. What a farce! Wtg? Microgreens?! Ha! They’re using spring salad mix last time I was there.. Been twice in the last 3 weeks. Once for early dinner on Saturday, then later for a weekday lunch date. Way better manager on weekend. I sat down on the banquette to figure out what I wanted and the manager came over and took our drink orders! The lobster rolls are good, but since they took the short rib sandwich off the menu and starting half assing some things, Sea Breeze will get my lobster roll dollahs. Just sayin. Plus the manager on the weekday has the personality of a used panti-liner. Oh, and you call that blue cheese sauce? Give those homemade potato chips a blue cheese sauce they can be proud of. All in all, a decent neighborhood spot, but the accompanying picture with this article was WHACK!

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