BIZNOTE: Oh’s Sandwiches opening soon in South Admiral

Thanks to Holly for the tip! That banner has gone up over a Revel live-work unit at 3217 California SW [map], announcing that Oh’s Sandwiches is on the way, with Vietnamese sandwiches and coffee. Checking it out after that tip, we spotted someone doing exterior work this afternoon. They told us they’re hoping to have the shop open next week; Oh’s hasn’t finalized its hours yet but for starters it’ll probably be morning through late afternoon.

9 Replies to "BIZNOTE: Oh's Sandwiches opening soon in South Admiral"

  • Erithan June 28, 2018 (8:58 pm)

    heeeey it’s not pizza!  XDin all seriousness though goodluck with your new restaurant  guys and welcome to the area! :) 

  • Junction Lady June 29, 2018 (7:56 am)

    Sounds like a good new option for eats!

  • junctioneer June 29, 2018 (10:28 am)

    sweet. my type of place. Good to have more places like this in northern WS.  

  • MJ June 29, 2018 (11:19 am)

    Nice to see a food option other than pizza.  Vietnamese sandwiches are good!

  • Rob B June 29, 2018 (11:38 am)

    Nice! I was so disappointed in Dominoes going in across the street. Glad to see a non chain and different food option in those new live/work units. It should also help with street/sidewalk activation

  • Sara June 29, 2018 (1:46 pm)

    Yay!  Banh mi!!!  Can’t wait.  So nice to have more variety in local p/u and/or delivery.  

  • Ricky June 29, 2018 (4:22 pm)

    I love all of these pizza comments! I would like to add yay not another bank, or gym, or real estate agent. Hopefully the banh mi’s will be the standard price between $2.50 – $4. No boojie prices please!

    • MacJ June 29, 2018 (5:07 pm)

      Why should a Vietnamese sandwich cost any less than one from Husky? Their rent isn’t going to be less, and they should pay their workers a fair rate, and buy decent quality ingredients. Expecting “ethnic” food to be cheap isn’t fair to the people trying to make a living in the restaurant business.

      • LyndaB June 29, 2018 (10:14 pm)

        I know where Ricky is coming from.  I don’t buy bánh mì at the hospital cafeteria because where our family gets them it’s not in the $5-6 range.  When you’re used to lower prices and get good food, it’s hard to stomach, pardon the pun, the double price.  It’s a matter of what we’re willing to pay for. 

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