Jimmy John’s sandwich shop opens in Kenmore

A new Jimmy John's is now open in Kenmore on SR 522.

A new Jimmy John’s is now open in Kenmore on SR 522.

Jim and Andrew Sharpe own the new Kenmore location. They have been Jimmy John’s Franchisees in the Seattle area since 2005.

Jimmy John’s delivers and offers catering options perfect for any event. Order online at jimmyjohns.com.

Jimmy John’s makes sandwiches using real, fresh ingredients. Homemade bread is always served freshly baked, and quality meats and locally sourced veggies are sliced in-store every day. Founded in 1983 by Jimmy John Liautaud in Charleston, Ill., Jimmy John’s is one of the fastest growing franchises in the U.S. with more than 2,400 stores open in 43 states.

The new Kenmore store is located at 6702 Bothell Way NE.




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