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Mike & Patty’s brings its breakfast sandwiches to Somerville

The shop will offer 100 free sandwiches to guests on Saturday and Sunday.

A breakfast sandwich from Mike & Patty's. Globe File Photo

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Mention “breakfast sandwiches” in Boston, and a hungry sandwich seeker will likely be pointed in the direction of Mike & Patty’s, a Bay Village staple since 2008. Now, the restaurant has expanded with an outpost located at Somerville’s Bow Market.

While owners Ania Zaroda and Michael Gurevich offered Mike & Patty’s sandwiches on weekends at their other Bow Market restaurant, Hot Box, the new location is a permanent fixture. Open five days a week, the Somerville spot operates Wednesdays through Sundays from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., with reservations for the Bow Market courtyard available to anyone who would like to eat outside.

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All of Mike & Patty’s menu staples are now offered in Somerville, including the Fancy, the Baller, and the Carolina Caviar, which features a fried egg, a sausage patty, and pimento cheese on an English muffin. The store also sells breakfast burritos by Seis Pies, a ghost kitchen that Mike & Patty’s launched in July. A small selection of burgers is available, as well as chocolate chip cookies and four-packs of Mike & Patty’s house-made English muffins. Coffee, juice, and soda are available to drink.

The Somerville outpost will host a grand opening on Saturday and Sunday, giving away 100 of their Classic sandwiches — a fried egg and American cheese on an English muffin — each day. Free sandwiches will be available to guests who visit the Bow Market location on site; they are not valid for pre-order or delivery.

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Mike & Patty’s joins a standout collection of food and drink options at Bow Market, including Tanám, featuring Filipino-American cuisine; Koshari Mama, offering Egyptian street food; and Buenas, serving creative empanadas.

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