ThunderCloud Subs celebrates 5 years in business in downtown Georgetown

The ThunderCloud Subs shop in downtown Georgetown opened in June 2013.

The ThunderCloud Subs shop in downtown Georgetown opened in June 2013.

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The Georgetown location of ThunderCloud Subs, 814 S. Main St., celebrates its fifth year in business this summer. Prior to opening in Georgetown in 2013, the Austin-based chain of sandwich shops remodeled a 3,000-square-foot building near the downtown square that was once a fire station. ThunderCloud’s menu includes sub sandwiches, salads and soups as well as smoothies and gluten-free options. 512-869-8806. www.thundercloud.com
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