Is anyone else hungry? I recently went to visit my family in the Twin Cities and I had an incredible sandwich while I was there. I usually try to stop at this particular sandwich shop every time I am in the area because it is that good.

We Need This Shop!

Sadly, there is no Potbelly in the Northland. If anyone out there is listening and wants to open a business in Duluth, I think you should consider opening a franchise location here. Ha!

We do have amazing and local sandwich shops, like Corktown Deli & Brews and Northern Waters Smokehaus. However, there is always room for one more, right?

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Potbelly Sandwich Shop isn't just your average sandwich shop! It takes a classic sub sandwich and puts its own little twist on it. There is a long list of what you can put on said sandwiches, including (very) hot peppers and such.

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The sandwiches are incredible! They also have sides like mac and cheese, salads and shakes. Enough said, right? As of now, there are ten locations. Why not add another one in the Northland? All of them are at least a few hours away!

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While there aren't any public plans to open a Potbelly here, I am hoping by putting it out there it happens sometime in the future! For now, we have a lot of other exciting additions to the food scene here.

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Insomnia Cookies is one of those, offering delicious treats to Duluthians until the wee hours of the morning, hence the name. There's also a Popeyes opening at some point, a new sandwich shop and so much more.

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