A second Sacramento-area Which Wich? Superior Sandwiches is scheduled to open Sept. 11 in Folsom.
The restaurant will open at 10 a.m. at 1300 E. Bidwell St. The primary operators of the family-run business are Amit Patel and his wife, Bhumi.
The Dallas-based fast-casual chain features more than 50 varieties of customizable sandwiches and is known for its ordering system. Customers grab a red Sharpie marker and mark up a pre-printed menu on a sandwich bag. The customer enters his/her name at the top and hands it over. The food is then delivered in the personalized sandwich bag.
In 2014, the Dallas-based chain said it was looking for franchise opportunities throughout the Sacramento area. Ultimately, the chain is looking to open more than a dozen Which Wich? outlets at various area locales.
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The Folsom eatery joins the Which Wich? sandwich shop at 1020 16th St., in midtown Sacramento.
- The Patriot, 6241 Fair Oaks Blvd., Carmichael: The new restaurant from Broderick Roadhouse co-founder Chris Jarosz soft-opened Aug. 21 in the Milagro Centre.
- The Drunken Noodle Midtown, 2502 J St., Sacramento: The Thai restaurant opened near the end of August in the space formerly occupied by The Coconut Midtown.
- Senior Helpers, 3336 Bradshaw Road, Suite 275, Sacramento: The Maryland-based provider of in-home health care services opened Aug. 28, ultimately employing about 50 and serving seniors throughout the Sacramento area.
- Cafe Rio Mexican Grill, 1600 Ethan Way, Sacramento: The fast-casual Mexican restaurant, based in Salt Lake City, opened its second Sacramento-area eatery on Wednesday in the Howe ’Bout Arden shopping complex.
- Dick’s Sporting Goods, 8214 Delta Shores Circle, in the Delta Shores complex at the Cosumnes River Boulevard interchange along Interstate 5, Sacramento: The giant, Pennsylvania-based sporting goods chain’s newest store celebrated grand-opening festivities on Friday.
- Delilah’s Market Cafe, 4400 Freeport Blvd., Sacramento: The eatery featuring poke bowls, seafood sandwiches and other specialties celebrated its grand opening on Friday.
- Sweet Dozen Cones, 807 Sutter St., Folsom: The shop featuring sweet and savory doughnut-style cones will have a soft opening at noon on Monday.
- Jersey Mike’s Subs, 1600 Ethan Way, in the Howe ’Bout Arden shopping complex, Sacramento: The fifth Sacramento-area restaurant in the sandwich chain will open Wednesday, featuring a March of Dimes fundraiser running through next Sunday.
- Capo Fireside, 1560 Santa Ana Ave., Sacramento: The design, home-improvement and fireplace specialty store will host grand-opening festivities Thursday through Saturday.
- The Gentleman’s Barber Shop, 931 Washington Blvd., Suite 103, Roseville: The business, featuring the atmosphere of an old-school barber shop, will host grand-opening festivities Saturday, with haircuts starting at 10 a.m.
- Solid Ground Brewing, 552 Pleasant Valley Road, Diamond Springs: The El Dorado County brewhouse and taproom will host grand-opening activities as part of its Oktoberfest celebration, starting Sept. 16 and running through Oct. 3.
- Caffé Italia, 1121 Richards Blvd., Davis: After a 35-year run, the popular Italian restaurant closed doors on Thursday.
- Tom Tomich Orchards, 6331 Filbert Ave., Orangevale: Dating back more than a century, Orangevale’s last commercial fruit operation closed down public operations on Thursday.
Open & Shuttered, a rundown of recently opened and closed businesses in the Sacramento area, will appear periodically in The Bee’s Sunday Business section.