Looking back to our first story on East Hampton Sandwich Companyin 2012, and its founder the very young and witful Hunter Pond, you could sense that his sandwich shop was destined for greatness. You read about my first bite of his lobster roll, which is at the same moment affordable and delicious. All his sauces and proteins are house-made. The breads are beautiful and locally sourced, custom made to this 30-year olds specifications. It makes total sense that East Hampton has gained so much success.
Recently we sampled many of the new items offered on a rotation basis reflected on East Hampton’s seasonal menu. Continue reading →
As we continue to celebrate National Lobster Day, and I believe this happens a few times a year to our joy, our sites were set on one of the best bargains to reach our belly in years. A five dollar lobster roll, and a pretty good one at that. East Hampton Sandwich Company is celebrating in high fashion at all their locations so make plans for several meals today. Continue reading →
East Hampton Sandwich Co. will be expanding to Fort Worth in August of 2014. Twenty-six year old CEO – Hunter Pond – and the Post Venture team (parent company for East Hampton Sandwich Co.) have signed a lease at 1605 S. University – in the WestBend mixed-use development. The new 2,130 square foot site marks the third location for this growing company. Continue reading →
East Hampton Sandwich Co., specializing in handcrafted sandwiches and salads, has announced their second location at The Shops at Legacy, set to open this summer. They will occupy the former Au Bon Pain space located on the North side of Legacy Drive.
The fast casual concept will offer lunch and dinner including that spectacular lobster roll we raved about. Continue reading →
Last week we saw one of the first of what will be a busy and exciting restaurant opening season. East Hampton Sandwich Company opened its doors to a busier than normal crowd for a sandwich shop, but this is no ordinary sandwich shop, and certainly do not make ordinary sandwiches. We met with the dynamic Hunter Pond prior to the opening of his restaurant.
Before the opening Pond was a bit demure and obviously excited. Yesterday we went into the restaurant for the first time to taste what the young law grad had to offer, and he seemed to have morphed into this formidable host with a slight swagger and charm about him. He was still excited, and for a very good reason. It was 2pm in Snider Plaza and his restaurant was jumping. Each seat was filled with a happy guest. Continue reading →