Great news. The wait is over. Jersey Mike's Subs is now open in Campus Town at The College of New Jersey. Go get 'em.

It's in a great spot. The new sub shop is located on the corner, at the entrance of the shopping center on Route 31. It's near another new eatery in Campus Town, Arooga's Grill House & Sports Bar.

Jersey Mike Sub's has hot and cold subs, meals, kid's meals, plant based options, catering, and more. The meat is always fresh and sliced right in front of you...and the subs are huge. My son loves Jersey Mike's Subs. Check out the menu here. Everything looks great.

Here's something to keep in mind. They're offering free delivery on Super Bowl Sunday if you order on their app.

I know what the place is called, but, is it a sub or a hoagie? We know what side Jersey Mike's Subs in on. Lol. I call it a hoagie. An Italian sub/hoagie with lettuce, tomatoes, onions, oil & vinegar, and a little bit of oregano is my favorite. Oh boy, my mouth is watering now. I'm going to have to stop by.

Other Mercer County Jersey Mike's Subs are in West Windsor, near Whole Foods, in the Windsor Green Shopping Center and in Hamilton Township, in the strip center across from Acme on Route 33 and in Hamilton Marketplace. There are also locations in Mt. Laurel, Cherry Hill, and Moorestown, NJ. In PA, Levittown, Feasterville-Trevose, New Hope, and more.

I didn't realize until I saw it on the website that Jersey Mike's Subs was founded locally, in Point Pleasant, NJ, and is currently headquartered in Manasquan, NJ.

Campus Town at The College of New Jersey is open to the public (not just to those at the college) and located in Ewing, NJ. My family loves going's filled with popular restaurants and shops.

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