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  • Location: Bonita Springs, FL
FireHouse Subs Thu, 02/23/06 6:54 PM (permalink)
Any roadfooders care to comment on FireHouse subs? One is just opening in our area.

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    RE: FireHouse Subs Thu, 02/23/06 7:24 PM (permalink)
    They have gotten a mention in a few other threads, but I'll repeat myself. I've eaten in one location--in Daytona across from the Speedway--and it was a positive experience. I had a meatball sub, not my "test sub" of choice (for that, I'd probably go with cold cuts), but it's what I wanted at the time and I enjoyed it. FireHouse's trademark seems to be to have a large number of hotsauces lined up (in supposed order of hotness) on the counter for customers to use and I put what they claimed was the second hottest on my meatball. I not only lived, I liked the result.

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      RE: FireHouse Subs Thu, 02/23/06 7:50 PM (permalink)
      One was just opened up in the past six months or so in the city where I work. Definitely better than Quizno's or Subway. My sub was good; but still rather blaah, even with the choice of pepper sauces available as BT mentioned above. Much better choices for me are only one block away. If I want a cold sub, I go to Publix and have same with my choice of fixin's with Boars Head meats, etc. If I want a hot calzone style sub, I'll go to Hungry Howie's. Not at all saying Firehouse isn't good; but at least for me in this particular instance; better choices are available.

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        RE: FireHouse Subs Sat, 02/25/06 4:43 PM (permalink)
        This is another one of those places that if you look at it as a sandwich shop is rather good but as a "sub" shop it falls way short. The few times I've eaten at firehouse the sandwichs were tasty but I wouldn't travel far off my route to find one.
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