Subway has long been known as a lunch venue, but a franchisee team in San Diego says breakfast and snack dayparts are booming at its recently opened Subway Café restaurants. “Sales are much higher than regular Subways and have far exceeded our expectations,” said Rohit Marwaha, who with his brother Raghu opened one Subway Café in downtown San Diego in September and another in the Mission Hills area of that city last month. His family has operated Subway ...

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