Where did Subway sandwiches originate?

Answer Subway, which was originally called Pete's Super Submarines, first opened its doors in Bridgeport, Connecticut in 1964. It eventually changed its name, then opened the first franchised Subway resta... Read More »

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Who Invented Subway Sandwiches?

In 1965, 17-year-old Fred DeLuca started his first submarine sandwich shop. Trying to make money for school, he borrowed $1,000 from his friend Peter Buck and opened up a shop in Bridgeport, Connec... Read More »

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The ones I normally take seem to have come via the sewer system

Where was the first subway?

Some people would anticipate the first subway was in New York. Actually, the first-ever subway opened on January 10, 1863, in London, England. This subway was powered by steam, which was heated by ... Read More »