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You can learn more about us from one big bite of a sandwich than you can from a thousand flowery words. But since you're here and your Mighty Tasty sandwich is on its way (you did call for delivery, right?) please read on.

We start with bread baked fresh right in our store. How fresh, you ask? Our bread is never more than four hours old. That's right, four hours max. We use vegetables delivered fresh and whole to our stores, prepared on-site. Our meats are premium cuts sliced daily in-store and our Cheddar and Provolone cheese are natural and aged, nothing artificial here. While our quality is top shelf and our prices are as modest as the man who started it all, Mike Liautaud.

Milio's Sandwiches are the best

So, if you haven't already, visit your local Milio's Sandwiches. Or call and place an order. We deliver to your home or office. So you can stop reading and start eating.


Our founder, "Big Mike" Liautaud, had a big idea but not a lot of dough. So in 1989, he opened a single sandwich shop in the Big Ten town of Madison, Wisconsin.

Who knew one small store named Big Mike's (now Milio's Sandwiches) would lead to dozens more? Well, actually Big Mike did. He had a hunch anyway. After all, he was making the best-tasting sandwiches in the Midwest. College students loved ‘em. So did moms, kids and the occasional buttoned-up businessman. Even rock stars snapped up Big Mike's delicious subs. In fact, our man Big Mike became somewhat of a "sandwich maker to the stars," taking his subs backstage to satisfy the appetites of innumerable rock bands and their entourages, as well as, NFL teams.

Somewhere along the line, we got the idea to rename ourselves Milio's. Sort of a combination of Mike and Liautaud, in honor of the sage of sandwich making.

That's about it. History was never our favorite class anyway. We'd much rather just go to lunch. Why not join us? We'll make you a sandwich just the way you like it. Just like we've been doing for our customers for more than 20 years.