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Wednesday, May 29, 2024

First restaurant added to slate of businesses at Trailwinds Village

The first restaurant has sprouted at the new Trailwinds Village.

Jersey Mike’s Subs, a popular submarine sandwich chain with an existing location near the Historic Section of The Villages, has staked its claim among Lowe’s, Aldi and ABC Fine Wine & Spirits in the new development across from Pinellas Plaza.

The restaurant is the first to erect a sign in the strip mall located between the recently opened Aldi and ABC Fine Wine & Spirits.

Jersey Mike’s Subs’ new location is the first restaurant at Trailwinds Village

It joins a long list of restaurants that have seen success in opening multiple locations in Florida’s Friendliest Hometown, including Cody’s Original Roadhouse, City Fire, Gator’s Dockside and World of Beer, among others.

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It was recently announced that two fast-food restaurants would be coming to Trailwinds Village.

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