QuickChek opened in Bethpage on Tuesday, May 2, 2017 (RashedMian/Long Island Press)

QuickChek, the New Jersey-based convenience store chain, opened its first location in Nassau County—and its second on Long Island—when its Bethpage shop debuted on Tuesday.

The chain is known for serving fresh-brewed coffee, oven-toasted subs, wraps, salads, smoothies and baked goods inside while offering a gas station on the outside.

“Bethpage is a vibrant community,” QuickChek CEO Dean Durling said. “We look forward to serving it by providing the people who live and work here with same high quality and value we have been providing in the metropolitan area for the past 50 years.”

The chain has nearly 150 locations in New York and NJ. The stores allow customers to customize their orders using touch-screen technology. They also have no-fee ATMs.

The first QuickCheck location on LI was on Middle Country Road in Lake Grove.

Grand opening promotions in the Bethpage location include free large hot coffee for patrons during the store’s first four weeks and all 6-inch sub sandwiches will be just $3 through May 28.

The 5,868-square-foot new Bethpage store is located at 3965 Hempstead Tpke. at the corner of Hicksville Road. It’s open 24 hours.

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