New sandwich shop now hiring for its 1st Dayton-area location


New sandwich shop now hiring for its 1st Dayton-area location

A Dallas-based sandwich chain is now hiring for its first Dayton-area restaurant that is coming soon to the Cornerstone of Centerville development.

Which Wich Superior Sandwiches” is gearing up to open at 5409 Cornerstone North Blvd. in the Cornerstone Shoppes II building facing Feedwire Road, where it shares the building with Wright-Patt Credit Union and Great Clips.

Open positions include kitchen staff, line employee/cashier and shift leaders, according to the “now hiring” notice on the restaurant’s front door. Interested persons are directed to apply at

Vivek Patel, the franchise owner/operator of the Cornerstone of Centerville Which Wich, told this news outlet this morning, Tuesday Jan. 30, that he is shooting for a soft opening by the end of March.

Plans call for hiring 15 to 17 employees for the 30-seat restaurant, Patel said.

The franchisee said he plans to open a second Which Wich sandwich shop “in the near future,” although no site has been identified.

Growth in and around the Cornerstone of Centerville development, and the traffic generated by anchor stores such as Costco Wholesale and Kroger, made the Centerville site an attractive location.

Which Wich opened its first restaurant in Dallas in 2003. It now operates nearly 450 locations, including two in the Cincinnati area.

Which Wich is now hiring and gearing up to open its first Dayton-area restaurant in the Cornerstone of Centerville development. Photo from Centerville Costco and Cornerstone of Centerville News Facebook page

The menu includes specialty sandwiches such as the “Ultimate BLT,” Philly Cheesesteak, Superfood Wich, Meatball Grinder, Cobb Salad Wrap, Reuben and Gyro.

Which Wich joins a handful of other national and regional restaurant chains which chose to open their first or only Dayton-area restaurants in the Cornerstone of Centerville development, located at Wilmington Pike and Feedwire Road near I-675. Those first-in-market restaurants include Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen, CoreLife Eatery, Panda Express, and Bagger Dave’s Burger Tavern. Two other chains — Zoup and MOD Pizza — opened their second Dayton-area locations in Cornerstone within the last six months.

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