Mike & Patty’s, the cozy little sandwich shop with takeout storefronts in Boston’s Bay Village and Somerville’s Union Square, is expanding to Boston’s Jamaica Plain neighborhood in a big way. The new location, set to open at 388 Centre St. in JP’s Hyde Square, will be the first Mike & Patty’s to offer dine-in seating, a rep for the company tells Eater. The space, which is about 1000 square feet, is currently under construction; the restaurant could open around late 2021 or early 2022, if COVID regulations allow the team to operate safely at that time.
It’s not just the space that will be bigger: The JP location will also have the largest menu of the three locations. It will feature bestsellers from the other outposts, according to the rep, as well as some new and exclusive sandwiches and sides, plus “more coffee concoctions featuring custom cold brew recipes.” The team will also apply for an alcohol license in order to introduce cocktails to the menu.
Known for its breakfast sandwiches, Mike & Patty’s serves favorites like “the fancy,” a combination of fried eggs, bacon, cheddar, avocado, red onion, and mayo on toasted multigrain, and “the Jersey Shore,” which features a fried egg, Jersey pork roll, American cheese, red onions, and mayo on a sesame seed roll.
The same team is also behind Hot Box at Bow Market, serving North Shore-style roast beef sandwiches and South Shore-style bar pizza. Hot Box and the two Mike & Patty’s locations are all currently open for takeout and delivery, with online ordering available.