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East Hampton Sandwich Company Brings Lobster Grilled Cheese to Houston

The Dallas-based chain is expected to expand into Space City this year

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Sometime this year, Dallas-based sandwich chain East Hampton Sandwich Company will make its way to Houston.

On the heels of a growth investment, East Hampton Sandwich Company is expected to open two locations in Houston, reports Nation’s Restaurant News. The chain was founded 5 years ago in Dallas, and has since expanded to eight locations across Dallas and Fort Worth in addition to the two forthcoming outposts.

Known for its upscale offerings, like lobster-stuffed grilled cheese sandwiches, East Hampton is decidedly a little fancier than the average sub shop. Sauces, toppings, and even the potato chips served alongside the sandwiches are made in the restaurant. Outside of the sandwiches, diners will also find soups, salads, and a solid menu of kid’s dishes.

Eater has reached out to a representative for East Hampton Sandwich Company for more details on when and where the chain will make its Houston debut. Stay tuned for more information.