ThunderCloud Subs will open its hotly anticipated new shop in San Marcos on Oct. 21. Right down the highway from its home base in Austin, the newest ThunderCloud is at 1035 North State Hwy 123 (also known as Guadalupe Street) just east of IH35.
Austin’s original and favorite sub shop since 1975, ThunderCloud is famous for its fresh, fast, and healthy food made by ThunderCloud’s famous sandwich artists on fresh-baked white, whole wheat, or gluten free bread, with hand-sliced meats and cheeses, and house-made salads, sauces, and spreads.
“San Marcos is a wonderful town with a great university, and we’ve been looking for the perfect ThunderCloud location for 10 years. We’ll be in and around lots of chain restaurants, and glad to be offering a local alternative,” says ThunderCloud co-owner Mike Haggerty.
The new location offers a drive-through, easy access from the interstate, and plenty of parking. ThunderCloud had a San Marcos location from 1991-1996 just north of the Texas State’s campus, but business dried up during the summer and Haggerty wanted a location that would serve the entire community, Haggerty says.
The new shop is about 1,500 square feet, seats 40 people, and will employ 16 people, Haggerty says.
“We look forward to getting involved in the San Marcos community, and supporting schools and events like we do in all of the neighborhoods where ThunderCloud is located,” Haggerty says.
The new shop’s hours will be 10:30 a.m. until 10 p.m. seven days a week. For more information, visit www.thundercloud.com.