Hoagie Haven opened a second location at 244 Nassau St., the former site of George’s Roasters. (Google Maps file photo.)

Hoagie Haven has opened another location just two doors down from their original Nassau Street shop.

The beloved sandwich shop opened a second location at 244 Nassau St., the former site of George’s Roasters. While having two locations so close to one another may seem like a strange business choice at first, the move allows Hoagie Haven to expand their services.

The new location has seating for customers who want to eat-in, and the long-time cash only eatery now accepts credit cards. The owners — brothers Costa, Mike and Niko Maltabes — also launched a delivery service and online ordering.

Lines spilling out of the original Hoagie Haven location were a common occurrence, and the owners told the Trentonian they opened the second location to help combat the crowds. One shop will be used primarily for walk-in orders, and the other will be used for pick up and deliveries.

For more information about Hoagie Haven, visit their website.