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The City of Boston and Boston Common welcome Earl of Sandwich, created by the direct descendent of John Montagu, the Earl who invented the sandwich in 1762. Earl of Sandwich will have a grand opening on Monday, November 12th.

Mayor Thomas Menino has been looking forward to the grand opening, “We are grateful to the Earl of Sandwich for stepping forward to renovate the vacant building on the Boston Common for reuse as a casual dining attraction.  We are pleased that this structure in our historic park is being preserved and expect that the new business will bring hungry customers and positive activity to one of the most visited destinations in our city.”

“We are looking forward to the grand opening of our newest location on the historic Boston Common. As we celebrate 250 years of the sandwich, there is no better location for us than inside the country's oldest city park. It is an honor to be here,” said Robert Earl, chairman of Earl of Sandwich.  “The success we’ve experienced at our other 22 locations has proven that the quality of our food and dining experience will bring guests back time and time again.”

The new location will feature signature hot sandwiches including The Original 1762, a sandwich of freshly roasted beef, sharp cheddar and creamy horseradish sauce all on freshly baked artisan bread.

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