Two new businesses open at Del Mar Highlands Town Center

Del Mar Highlands Town Center welcomed two new businesses in September: Which Wich Superior Sandwiches opened on Sept. 11 and Unleashed by Petco took over for Pet People on Sept. 25.

Which Wich, part of a Texas-based national chain, offers more than 50 varieties of customizable “wiches” from the signature Wicked loaded with five meats and three cheeses to vegetarian options and wiches less than 400 calories. The shop has a unique ordering system where guests use red Sharpies to mark up a menu on a sandwich bag to customize their wich to their exact specifications. Guests are welcome to draw on their bags after they’ve finished their wiches and hang their artwork on the community wall.

Which Wich is located by Rubio’s and Jamba Juice.

Petco acquired all of San Diego’s Pet People chain stores last year and has turned 10 into its Unleashed by Petco brand. The first Unleashed opened in Hillcrest in 2009. The store aims to offer the same knowledge and products as Petco, but in a unique, smaller package.

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