Local sandwich shop Paddy Jack's expanding to downtown Sylvania - Tri-State News, Weather & Sports

Local sandwich shop expanding to downtown Sylvania

The location of the new Paddy Jack's. The location of the new Paddy Jack's.
SYLVANIA, OH (Toledo News Now) -

Downtown Sylvania is getting another business, hoping to attract a crowd that loves grilled cheese sandwiches.

A new Paddy Jack's will soon open at 5629 Main Street.

The unique sandwich restaurant is owned and operated by a group of local investors. They opened last year in August at their Central Avenue location, and have quickly become a favorite in the community.

Paddy Jack's Manager Jennifer Hurst said they will focus on to-go orders and lunch crowds at their new location, and they aren't slowing down anytime soon.

"The plan is the next location is off of US-23," Hurst said. "It's the old fire house 47…[We're trying to cover] the Toledo surrounding area, northwest Ohio and into Michigan is the plan. Eventually a franchise."

They are also working on a new menu. Paddy Jack's currently offers 30 different kinds of grilled cheese sandwiches, but will soon offer over 40.

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