Jimmy John's Gourmet Sandwich Shop (Southside)

Description

When it comes to Jimmy Johns, it all boils down to one thing: mayonnaise. And tons of it. Order a sub without mayonnaise and you may get curious looks from those around you. The bread is cooked fresh, and the meat delegated liberally. Watch out for the "slims," which deliver exactly what they promise: meat and nothing else.

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jayhawk9982 6 years ago on Jimmy John's Gourmet Sandwich Shop (Southside)

I called in an order recently to the Jimmy John's on 23rd Street. I am a big fan of their sandwiches and b/c I live west of Wakarusa, I never get to eat their food b/c it is out of the delivery area. Finally I was at a friends house within the area and I couldn't believe the girl who answered the phone - "Tiffany" from what the delivery guy said. She was so rude and acted like having a job and taking orders was the last thing she wanted to do. There was a lot of -uhh humm, yeeeaaahhhh, and WHAT" Also I was paying by credit card and I could hear people all around her. As I was giving her the number, she was repeating every number back to me. I finally asked her "Are there people around that can hear my number?" She said, "Uhhh, what?" And I repeated b/c surely if I can hear the guy talking next to her with other people, someone can surely hear my number. I really could not believe the attitude I recieved from her when I asked this question and then. and to end the phone call "Tiff" says "we'll have it out to you as soon as we can" and hung up." This would never stand at the company I am with now. The delivery was fantastic, their food is great, but obviously management needs to think about who they have interfacing with the customers. My company which is a corporation, would never tolerate something like that, and in the economic situation we are in, you would think "Tiffany" might want to do her job as it was decribed in her interview. Without loyal customers that are happy, there is no business. Mr/Mrs. Manager, please talk with "Tiffany" about her attitude of her job as it might not be the best place for her and the interaction with lawrence citizens.

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Garth Atchison 1 year, 3 months ago on Jimmy John's Gourmet Sandwich Shop (Southside)

How are you loyal if you live out of the delivery area? They also have to repeat cc # to make sure they go it right. Take it easy.

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jayhawk9982 6 years ago on Jimmy John's Gourmet Sandwich Shop (Southside)

I called in an order recently to the Jimmy John's on 23rd Street. I am a big fan of their sandwiches and b/c I live west of Wakarusa, I never get to eat their food b/c it is out of the delivery area. Finally I was at a friends house within the area and I couldn't believe the girl who answered the phone - "Tiffany" from what the delivery guy said. She was so rude and acted like having a job and taking orders was the last thing she wanted to do. There was a lot of -uhh humm, yeeeaaahhhh, and WHAT" Also I was paying by credit card and I could hear people all around her. As I was giving her the number, she was repeating every number back to me. I finally asked her "Are there people around that can hear my number?" She said, "Uhhh, what?" And I repeated b/c surely if I can hear the guy talking next to her with other people, someone can surely hear my number. I really could not believe the attitude I recieved from her when I asked this question and then. and to end the phone call "Tiff" says "we'll have it out to you as soon as we can" and hung up." This would never stand at the company I am with now. The delivery was fantastic, their food is great, but obviously management needs to think about who they have interfacing with the customers. My company which is a corporation, would never tolerate something like that, and in the economic situation we are in, you would think "Tiffany" might want to do her job as it was decribed in her interview. Without loyal customers that are happy, there is no business. Mr/Mrs. Manager, please talk with "Tiffany" about her attitude of her job as it might not be the best place for her and the interaction with lawrence citizens.

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wildone311 6 years, 8 months ago on Jimmy John's Gourmet Sandwich Shop (Southside)

BEING OVERCHARGED ON MY ORDER! I odered a #9 $5.25 anded Extra load of Meat $1.25 and Extra cheese $0.75 Delivered. Got Charged $3.00 for Extra Meat and $6.85 for the sandwich. Also order a #3 $4.25 and was charged $5.00. Prices are bassed on menu that was delivered. According to the menu a delivery charge of "$0.49 +/- $0.10 Per Item", How could this have ever added up. Ticket #8549976 Total of $14.85. I called store and they told me the charged delivery fee on extra meat and charged me for 2 types of meat because the sandwich comes with 2 types of meat. Now what does "Extra load of meat" mean to you? Me it means an extra load of meat that would be twice the meat that a sandwich normally comes with, whether its 1 type or 10 types. This Just leaves a NASTY TASTE in my mouth. Being riped off doesn't taste very well. With my Wife's current health issues we order delivery 7 to 14 times a week. I can't see ordering from a crocked company ever again. With at least 5 other sub shops that deliver in our town I have lots of LEGITIMATE places to order from.

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Helene 9 years, 5 months ago on Jimmy John's Gourmet Sandwich Shop (Southside)

I had to post coz there just weren't any positive comments about poor little Jimmy Johns. This is my absolute favorite sub place. Some people are Subway-sub-eaters and some people are Planet Sub-sub-eaters but I'm a Jimmy Johns-sub-eater.

Jimmy Johns uses a really light crispy sort of bread (which I like) and they don't overfill their subs (which I like) and use original Hellmann's mayo (which I also like). Once upon a time, long long ago, they used to give away free rubbers with their subs but they don't do it it anymore which I consider a shame coz it's like getting a Happy meal toy.

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Scattered 9 years, 6 months ago on Jimmy John's Gourmet Sandwich Shop (Southside)

The very WORST sandwich that I have had in my life.

I don't know what in the world was on that thing - but it was like a slab of Crisco on Wonderbread - and I am NOT kidding.....

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