Ike's Place Sandwiches Opens Third San Diego Location In Heart Of Historic Gaslamp Quarter

April 30, 2019

Now open in the central Gaslamp space that last housed My Yogurt in downtown San Diego is the third area location of Ike's Place, the popular San Francisco-based eatery known for its expansive menu of super-stuffed sandwiches made on house-baked bread.

Ike's Place is the creation of Ike Shehadeh, who first launched his namesake sandwich shop in San Francisco in 2007 and now has more than 55 locations around California and Arizona. Ike's Place offers a huge menu of cheeky-named sandwiches on freshly baked bread, as well as a rumored list of over 400 "secret" sandwich possibilities. Widely known for its famed "Dirty Secret Sauce" and Dutch Crunch bread, Ike's first entered San Diego in Fall 2015 with the opening of its 1,100 square-foot fast-casual eatery within The Hub retail shopping center in Hillcrest. In fall 2018, a second San Diego Ike's opened in the Midway District of Point Loma.

The third San Diego location of Ike's Place is now dishing out signature sandwiches within the nearly 3,000 square foot space at 542 5th Avenue in the heart of San Diego's Gaslamp. Unlike the Hillcrest branch, the downtown Ike's does not have a beer & wine license upon opening. Ike's Place Gaslamp to as early as this Spring.

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