History

On March 10th, 1969, Bob Nadeau’s subs opened its doors next to King Bowling Lanes on Pinard Street. My father believed in providing the customer with premium quality subs using only the freshest and finest ingredients. Always with superior service in a clean family friendly atmosphere. These founding principles as we enter our 46th year of operation, are just as important today as they were back then. This is our daily mission at all of our restaurants.

The original restaurant was relocated in the early 1970′s to the current 776 Mast Road location and has the distinction of being the longest continually operating Sub Shoppe in the City of Manchester. This is where (back in 1990) my career started in the family business and for most of the next decade, I had the opportunity of being the general manager of.

In 2001, I opened Nadeau’s long awaited second location (100 Cahill Avenue); the third location in 2005 named after my son Ben (1095 Hanover Street); the fourth location in 2008 named after my daughter Sophia (805 Canal Street). The fifth location opened in the summer of 2013 in Exeter, NH to be able to serve the seacoast area.

On behalf of my entire family and staff, I thank you all for your many years of loyal patronage and making Nadeau’s Subs a NH family tradition. It has been my family’s pleasure to serve you for the past 45 years and we look forward to many more.

Kind regards,

Jeremy Nadeau