Vietnamese Sandwich Shop to Come to Holland Township

Sandwiches, cold noodle dishes, specialty dishes, boba tea, and smoothies
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B&N Sandwiches, a Vietnamese sandwich shop with deep ties with Grand Rapids, is planning to open a second location in Holland Township at 1011 136th Ave, according to a Holland Sentinel article republished on Yahoo Finance. The location was formerly the home of Don Miguel Restaurant.

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Construction signages were spotted around the anticipated location in Holland over the past few weeks. However, the operators have not announced a detailed opening timeframe. According to the records, B&N Sandwich purchased the 136th Ave. property back in 2020. The location is right across the street from Harbor Lights Middle School and one block behind the Herrick District Library North Branch.

B&N Sandwich, a family-operated business owned by Nhung Le, opened its first location at 2424 Division Ave. in Kentwood. The Vietnamese eatery carries a wide variety of sandwiches alongside other items, including rice noodle dishes, rice entrees, and specialty dishes. The menu also includes several flavors of Boba tea and fruit smoothies. The restaurant offers both dine-in and takeout options made flesh.

By the time of this coverage, Le was not available to provide any comment.

Xiao daCunha

Xiao daCunha

Xiao Faria daCunha is a practicing visual artist and independent journalist covering what's happening in the Midwest belt. Xiao has written for Chicago Reader, BlockClub Chicago, BRIDGE Chicago, Urban Matter, The Pitch KC, and KCUR. She considers all her practices essential for speaking on behalf of those who haven't been heard, and she sheds light on what hasn't been seen, whether it's emotional, cultural or societal.
Xiao daCunha

Xiao daCunha

Xiao Faria daCunha is a practicing visual artist and independent journalist covering what's happening in the Midwest belt. Xiao has written for Chicago Reader, BlockClub Chicago, BRIDGE Chicago, Urban Matter, The Pitch KC, and KCUR. She considers all her practices essential for speaking on behalf of those who haven't been heard, and she sheds light on what hasn't been seen, whether it's emotional, cultural or societal.

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