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September 18, 2020
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Subway is launching a new restaurant in Bucharest

The biggest chain of restaurants in the world, SUBWAY®, is expanding its business in Romania. On Iuliu Maniu Boulevard 486, near Militari Shopping Center and Business Center Militari, a new restaurant opened its doors for the brand well-known for tasty sandwiches, made with the freshest ingredients.

With this launch, SUBWAY® is also kicking-off its partnership with OMV Petrom in Bucharest. This is the first restaurant in the city (and the third in the country), located in one of the Petrom’s stations. And, by spring, it will be the first SUBWAY®location in the city open 24/7. Until then, the schedule will be 7:00-23:00, everyday.

The 120 m2 location, with 28 seats, is the ideal destination for Petrom customers, but also for office workers from West Gate Center. The restaurant is also aimed at students from the campus with the same name and drivers leaving the city on the A1 highway (Bucuresti – Pitesti). Soon this year, deliveries will start in the western part of Bucharest.
Customers will discover a restaurant based on the new SUBWAY® Metropolitan deco design template: a modern and friendly space, where every detail was carefully considered to create a pleasant atmosphere. Also, in spring, a terrace will await customers.

The francize owner, Cristian Dumitru, manages another SUBWAY® restaurant in Bucharest Mall Vitan.

SUBWAY® chain was founded in 1965, in Bridgeport, USA, by Fred DeLuca and Dr. Peter Buck. It is the biggest restaurant chain in the world, with over 44.500 locations in 110 countries. Today, there are 26 restaurants in Romania, 12 of them located in Bucharest. Most of the SUBWAY® submarine sandwiches are the same all over the world, restaurants in each country having the same core menu, with a few local sandwich options included.

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