Liberty Sandwich Factory will open soon in a Liberty Twp. shopping plaza down the road from Liberty Center.
The new business at 7129 Liberty Centre Drive, located just off Ohio 129’s Cincinnati-Dayton Road exit, will feature homemade corned beef, hand-carved turkey sandwiches, a homemade Cuban sandwich with fresh pork and traditional staples such as ham-and-cheese sandwiches, turkey-and-cheese sandwiches and other deli meats and cheeses.
The menu also will feature homemade baked beans, soups, chili, macaroni and cheese and more.
It’s the work of brothers and Lakota graduates Chris Clark and Steve Clark, of Liberty Twp. and West Chester Twp., respectively.
The business should pair nicely with BC’s Bottle Lodge, a nearby craft beer bottle shop that allows customers to bring in their own food to dine on while enjoying an in-house beer, Chris Clark said.
The business, which formerly was a portion of a real estate agency, expects to have its final inspection next week and open by mid-April. It plans to hire as many as six employees.
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