Firehouse Subs Aims to Please Even a Hungry DJ [VIDEO]
Want to say thanks to the hard-working crew at Firehouse Subs on Kennedy Lane for once again bringing the on-air staff some great food. If you haven’t tried or been to Firehouse Subs I urge you to go check out some great menu items. My favorites so far from Firehouse Subs is the Smokehouse beef and cheddar brisket sandwich and the Steak and Cheese sandwich. This time around I went for the Sweet & Spicy Meatball sub and it was Kickin'. Just the right amount of spices combined with a sweet tangy taste that gave my mouth a five alarm fire. And to top it off some of their famous Firehouse chili. Ba Da Bing, Ba Da Boom!
One of the cool things they have in the store is the drink machine where you can mix up 120+ combinations of flavor to add to your soda or sweet tea. Firehouse is also noted for their original recipe Cherry Lime-Aid.
Now for a little history lesson about Firehouse Subs, they were founded by former firefighting brothers Chris and Robin Sorensen. And I love their guarantee of “Our Way Beats Their Way, if You Don’t Agree it’s Free.” What I like about Firehouse Subs is they offer bigger portions of premium hand-sliced meats and cheeses, steamed to make the flavors burst, then piled high with fresh produce atop a toasted sub roll. The restaurants reflect the authentic firefighter heritage of the founding family’s 200 years of firefighting service.
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