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2nd Potbelly opening benefits ACCESS schools

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Ryan Hamra of Little Rock is officially opening Little Rock’s second Potbelly Shop, which features live music with its food, on the first floor of the Lyon Building, 401 W. Capitol, on Tuesday, Aug. 8. But first, the public is invited to an “Oven Warming Event” from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday, Aug. 7, a benefit for Little Rock’s ACCESS schools for children with learning disabilities; cost is $5 for a sandwich, chips and a fountain drink.

The Potbelly chain, which got its start in Chicago, serves up sandwiches on fat multigrain buns, soups, salads, shakes, smoothies and desserts. The other Potbelly is at 314 University Ave., in the Park Avenue shopping center.

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