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Lower Greenville’s Knuckle Sandwich Co. Abruptly Shutters

So long, steamed sandwiches. The restaurant scene on Lower Greenville is as competitive as ever, and one recently-opened sandwich shop apparently couldn’t take the heat. Escape Hatch Dallas reports that Knuckle Sandwich Co. has closed its doors. The restaurant, known for its East Coast-style steamed sandwiches, was a project between Parliament’s Eddie “Lucky” Campbell and The Standard Pour’s Brian McCullough, neither of whom responded to Eater’s requests for comment.
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