Penn Station East Coast Subs opened a new restaurant with a drive-through on Wednesday at 1304 Ohio 63 in Monroe.
The restaurant is owned by John Doyle, who also owns eight other Penn Station restaurants in the Cincinnati area. Doyle was one of the first Penn Station franchisees and has owned Penn Station restaurants for more than 30 years.
“I’m excited to open a new Penn Station restaurant and continue growing with the brand,” Doyle said. “After 35 years, I still believe in Penn Station, and I know we offer the best sandwich on the market. We’re excited to bring Penn Station to Monroe.”
Cincinnati-based Penn Station East Coast Subs serves an assortment of hot and cold deli sandwiches, including the chain’s Philadelphia cheese steak sandwich, wraps and salads made to order with high-quality ingredients. The menu also includes fresh-cut fries, hand-squeezed lemonade and chocolate chunk cookies baked daily in the restaurant.
Penn Station also offers eat-in dining, carry out and catering.
The fast-food restaurant is located across the street from Skyline Chili in 1,505-square-feet of space within the new Retail 63, just half a mile from Cincinnati Premium Outlets.
Store hours are 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday.
A new Subway restaurant is coming to West Chester Twp.
The business recently inked a deal with Joshua Rothstein of OnSite Retail Group for a spot at 7996 Princeton Glendale Road in the Crossings of Beckett, a newly constructed shopping plaza.
The 36-acre shopping center at the southeast corner of Princeton-Glendale and Tylersville roads includes a 133,000-square-foot Kroger Marketplace that opened Jan. 31, as well as Kroger gas station and a small medical clinic.
Previously announced tenants in the shopping plaza include Ambiance Nail Spa (3,810 square feet), SuperCuts (1,363 square feet) and PetPeople (3,627 square feet).
Subway has 10 locations in all across Butler and Warren counties. This will be the sixth location in West Chester Twp., including one that operates inside a Walmart.
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