Thursday, May 09, 2013


The national chain Firehouse Subs is now doing business in Massachusetts with plans to rapidly expand across New England. The sub shop has been around since the mid 90's and was opened by two brothers in Florida who comes from a family of firefighters. Many of the items on their menu are firefighter-themed including the "Firehouse Chili," "Hook & Ladder Sub," and "Chief's Salad." You can even donate your change to help out firefighters, police and emergency workers.

Firehouse Subs specializes in hot subs. There are a bunch to choose from including the "Firehouse Meatball" and "Smokehouse Beef & Cheddar Brisket". They also serve the classics including an Italian, steak & cheese, pastrami and honey ham. I had the "Chief's Salad," which comes standard with lettuce, sliced egg, green peppers, onion, tomato and provolone cheese. You can top it off with your choice of meat including tuna, Virgina honey ham, chicken salad, sliced chicken or turkey breast. I went for the ham and loved it with the provolone. It was a really good and filling salad. By the way, many Firehouse Subs, including the Boylston Street location, also have Coca-Cola Freestyle drink machines with more than 120 types of drinks.

Besides their Boylston Street location, Firehouse Subs also has locations in Danvers and Woburn. They have plans to expand all over New England, so check their Website to see where they'll be popping up next. Also of note, it's been a trying few weeks for their Boylston Street location. They were closed for nine days after the Boston Marathon bombings and are located across the street from the Copley Square bombings memorial. Be sure to stop in and show them your support.

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