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Larry's Giant Subs

Larry's Giant Subs
Private company
Industry Restaurants
Founded Jacksonville, Florida (1982)
Headquarters Jacksonville, Florida
Products Sandwiches
Other food products

Larry's Giant Subs is a fast-food submarine sandwich chain headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida. Its first store opened in Jacksonville, Florida in 1982. Now, Larry's Giant Subs has 63 operating restaurants nationwide.


Larry and Mitch Raikes (the Raikes brothers) built the first Larry's Giant Subs in Jacksonville, Florida in 1982. After seeing the response the first store received, the two brothers were inspired to branch out and take their concept nationwide. Now, the Larry's Giant Subs menu features submarine, deli, and New York style sandwiches. Larry's Giant Subs currently has 63 franchised stores nationwide.

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  • Official web site

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