Firehouse subs opened recently on the east side. I have been wanting to try it since it opened, so I figured now is as good a time as any. We will meet at about 7, have a good meal, and enjoy each others company, and have some lively conversation. If anyone is in the mood, we can hit the boneyard after dinner.
About Fire house subs:
Our story’s got some serious meat to it.
Growing up in a family that is both entrepreneurial and built on decades of fire and police service, it seems we were destined to start Firehouse Subs®. Of course we tried other things along the way to our American dream – rock ’n’ roll, real estate, even Christmas tree farming. But everything we experienced on our path led us to Firehouse Subs.
Nearly 18 years later, with nearly 600 Firehouse Subs restaurants in 33 states and Puerto Rico, we’re convinced we’re doing a few things right. People come back when they’re treated well, and fed even better. Turns out, people absolutely LOVE the same things we do – the best meats, cheeses, and toppings we can find. People come back again and again because, unlike other sub places, we steam our meats and cheeses, releasing a rush of flavors, then stuff a serving that’s way over code on one of our toasted private recipe sub rolls. It’s a winning combination that satisfies ravenous appetites and the value conscious alike.
As they say in the fire station, let’s eat.
Chris Sorensen & Robin Sorensen
The above links (in blue) will take you to their website to view the menu.