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East Hampton Continues Its Sandwich Takeover With Two New DFW Locations

Both new outposts land this summer

East Hampton Sandwich Co is the definition of "explosive growth."
East Hampton Sandwich Co is the definition of "explosive growth."
Kathy Tran

For a restaurateur that isn’t even 30 years old yet, Hunter Pond seems to have an eye for the business. He’s opened four outposts of his upscale East Hampton Sandwich Company in the past few years, and this summer, he’ll add to his growing sandwich empire.

Announced via release, East Hampton Sandwich Co. will open two DFW locations this summer – one in North Dallas, and one in Southlake. The new locations will feature the concept's signature sandwiches made with house-brined and carved meats, freshly fried potato chips, and that delicious white sangria.

These two new outposts aren’t the last for East Hampton, either. "Our team is thrilled to continue growing the company through these new locations. We are bombarded with requests to bring East Hampton to other neighborhoods," Pond said in a statement. "It’s humbling to know our gourmet sandwiches have been so well received. It’s been a crazy three and a half years and we are still a young restaurant group, but taking East Hampton across Texas and beyond is in the near future."

As for the new DFW locations, the Southlake outpost will open at 2211 E. Southlake Blvd in early August, with the North Dallas location at 12300 Inwood to follow later that month.

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