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Area's second Which Wich to open

Which Wich's Kunal Shah has opened a second location near Westfield Citrus Park to go along with his Which Wich on on E Fowler Avenue. Photo by Danielle Hauser.

Which Wich's Kunal Shah has opened a second location near Westfield Citrus Park to go along with his Which Wich on on E Fowler Avenue. Photo by Danielle Hauser.

CITRUS PARK — Grab your Sharpies, because a new Which Wich is opening up in Citrus Park the week of July 11. With over 500 locations throughout the United States, this will be the second Which Wich in the Tampa Bay area.

Three years ago, Kunal Shah, along with his sister and business partner Kinnari Chopra, opened a Which Wich on E Fowler Avenue next to USF and it has proven to be a popular place. "2013 is when we opened and it's been busy since," said Shah. "We've never stopped being busy."

Now they are expanding, with a second location opening near Westfield Citrus Park. Shah has already been getting phone calls from people wanting to know when the new restaurant will open.

"It's nice to hear that people are looking out for it," said Shah. "People are excited that we're opening."

Upon entering Which Wich, customers select a brown paper bag and use a Sharpie to write their name and check off the ingredients and toppings they want on their sandwich. All sandwiches are made to order on freshly baked bread and can be served hot or cold. Several varieties are available, including chicken pesto, meatball, tuna, and barbecue pork and slaw.

Salads, lettuce wraps, and vegetarian and vegan sandwich options are also on the menu. For dessert, customers can choose from milkshakes, cookies, and handmade ice cream cookie sandwiches. Online ordering and catering is available.

When customers are done with their meals, they can use their Sharpies to decorate their bags to be displayed in the art gallery.

Which Wich is located at 7002 Gunn Highway, Suite 1025. It is open 10:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday-Thursday, and 10:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday. For more information, call (813) 510-4998, or visit

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Area's second Which Wich to open 06/29/16 [Last modified: Wednesday, June 29, 2016 5:57pm]
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