A popular fast food restaurant will make its return to Grenada after being closed for more than four months following an extensive relocation process.
Subway, the restaurant chain known best for its sub sandwiches and salads, will reopen its doors Monday morning, Aug. 23, according to owners Harry and Amisha Patel of Grenada. According to the Patels, the restaurant will open at 9 a.m. in the new state-of-the-art facility across from Grocery Basket on Commerce Street.
“We’re really excited about opening and I know that our customers and employees are as well,” Amisha Patel said. “We want to thank everyone for their patience during the time that we were closed."
At the new Subway location, the Patels said that there will be an ample amount of parking and their guest and customers will be welcomed to dine in and enjoy the newer and larger dining room area. The new Subway is also equipped with a drive-thru, but Harry Patel said that they will not immediately open it.
“Right now, our focus is on getting the customers in and for them to experience what the restaurant looks like,” he said. “We have the same menu, but expect some new items and new ingredients that have been added.”
Ten employees, including the Patels, will make up the Subway staff with a majority of those returning from the previous location.
For more on this story, see next Wednesday’s edition of The Grenada Star.