Ready for Subs? Twisted Pickle Deli Reopens in Wabasso

Twisted Pickle Deli
Twisted Pickle Deli

The wait is now over; Twisted Pickle Deli is reopening today after moving to their new location at 8980 N. U.S. Highway 1, Suite 104, in Wabasso.

“We will be open Monday the 12th! We did it, finally. A rollercoaster of a ride and a few more hurdles to go, but we are back,” they wrote on their Facebook page.

The staff is asking everyone to “be gentle” as they have a new computer system. There is also no fountain machine yet, but they say one will be available soon.

Twisted Pickle Deli
Twisted Pickle Deli

“Health codes have increased, and we have complied. Please wear face masks. We have sanitizers and ask for social distance. We are doing our best to give you all your favorites. Come in and enjoy! We miss everyone,” they said in a statement.

The former Twisted Pickle location burned down overnight in April. Since then, they had to move while dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic.

They will reopen today at 10:00 a.m. at their new location.

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