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East Hampton Sandwich Co. Sails Into Uptown This Summer

Hunter Pond's sandwich shop will open at the corner of Oak Lawn and Blackburn.

The original East Hampton in Snider Plaza.
The original East Hampton in Snider Plaza.
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Young entrepreneur Hunter Pond's quest to dominate the local sandwich scene continues. Pond will open the fourth East Hampton Sandwich Co. location this June in Uptown, at the Turtle Creek Village project currently under construction at the corner of Oak Lawn Avenue and Blackburn Street.

East Hampton's first location launched in Snider Plaza in 2012, and has since expanded to include locations in Fort Worth as well as Plano's Shops at Legacy. Pond, who was recently named one of Forbes' "30 Under 30" in the food and beverage category, told Eater Dallas in September 2014 that he and his partners had a goal of opening ten locations within the next two years.

East Hampton prides itself on making all its sauces, roasting all its meats in-house, and serving it up on locally baked bread, coining the hashtag #NoMoreDeliMeat. Popular menu items include the fried chicken and jack, the lobster roll, and the turkey, bacon, and avocado.