Togo’s sets grand opening at Kent Station for June 18

Togo’s plans a Saturday, June 18 grand opening for its new sandwich shop at Kent Station.

Togo's sandwiches will have a grand opening on Saturday

Togo's sandwiches will have a grand opening on Saturday

Togo’s plans a Saturday, June 18 grand opening for its new sandwich shop at Kent Station.

Togo’s set up shop in the former Games Workshop location near See’s Candies and the Verizon store in the northwest section of Kent Station.

The restaurant chain, which started in 1971 in San Jose, Calif., offers meaty sandwiches as well as gluten-free wraps and salads. The grand opening will run from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

“Kent Station is the perfect place to introduce Washington to Togo’s,” said Hung Ngo, owner of Togo’s Kent, in a media release. “We’re conveniently located near Green River College, Old Downtown Kent, the ShoWare Center, King County courthouse, Kent Commons and other landmarks.”

Togo’s will also host a fundraiser to benefit the Kent Area Council PTA from 4:30-6:30 p.m. on Wednesday June 15. A $5 cash donation is requested to receive a regular-size sandwich and a drink, with 100 percent of proceeds to benefit the Kent Area Council PTA.

The restaurant will be open 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Monday through Sunday. Call the store at 253-656-0123.

For more information, orders to go, delivery, coupons and special offers, go to togos.com.


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