Jimmy John's Pipin' Hot Sandwiches

For nearly seventy years Jimmy John's has been one of America's favorite roadside stops. Our friendly atmosphere and service provide customers with an experience like no other. We pride ourselves in delivering great food in a fast manner and always with great service. We have been featured on The Food Network's Best Of: Roadside Stands. Additionally we have recieved rave reviews from critics and hot dog lovers alike.

Our "Special Frankfurter" features a natural casing with a wide range of self-serve toppings available throughout our restaurant. These dogs have been the foundation of Jimmy John's and have kept taste buds happy throughout Delaware and Chester counties for decades. An absolute must have dog for any hot dog lover! If the condiments offered in the restaurant aren't enough to satisfy,we offer chili, cheese, and bacon to be added fresh from the grill!
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@ 2010-05-02 14:40:59
http://mainlinemedianews.com/articles/2010/05/02/main_line_suburban_life/news/doc4bddac46d77d3224340134.txt

THORNBURY — Fire ripped through Jimmy John's Eatery about 8:19 a.m. Saturday following a propane tank explosion in the kitchen grill area.

No one was injured during the blaze, which was under control by 10:30 a.m. according to Concordville Fire Chief Tom Nelling.

As of Saturday afternoon the fire remains under investigation, but authorities don't believe it was suspicious, Nelling said.