Firehouse sandwiches or subs are huge in every way that matters! These are huge in size – firemen, after all, have to eat well in order to keep up their energy in the line of duty – as well as huge in flavor, fillings and fun! True-blue firehouse-inspired subs have indeed become an icon of American culture! Firehouse Subs prices are competitive with that of other sub sandwich restaurants.
Not surprisingly, Firehouse of America, LLC d.b.a. Firehouse Subs, simply known as Firehouse Subs, has found its niche and it’s among the dominant players. There’s nothing like indulging in a sizable sub with the works – large hoagie roll, crisp vegetables, and flavorful meats!
Below are the latest Firehouse Subs menu prices.
Under 500 Calories Salads
|Firehouse Salad™, Plain||$6.54|
|Salad-Firehouse Salad™, Grilled Chicken||$8.88|
|Firehouse Salad™, Turkey Breast||$8.53|
|Hook and Ladder Salad™||$8.53|
|Salad-Firehouse Salad™, Honey Ham||$8.84|
|Salad-Italian with Grilled Chicken Salad™||$8.90|
|Firehouse Salad™, Grilled Chicken||$8.56|
|Salad-Firehouse Salad™, Plain||$6.77|
|Firehouse Salad™, Honey Ham||$8.55|
|Italian with Grilled Chicken Salad™||$8.69|
|Salad-Hook and Ladder Salad™||$8.80|
|Salad-Firehouse Salad™, Turkey Breast||$8.87|
Hot Specialty Subs
|Hook & Ladder®||$5.75|
|Hook and Ladder Sub||$6.35|
|Large Hook & Ladder®||$11.02|
|Firehouse Meatball Sub||$6.39|
|Large Firehouse Meatball®||$10.77|
|Large Smokehouse Beef & Cheddar Brisket™||$12.21|
|Small Firehouse Meatball®||$5.15|
|Smokehouse Beef & Cheddar Brisket™||$6.74|
|Firehouse Hero Sub||$6.60|
|Large New York Steamer®||$11.07|
|Large Sweet & Spicy Meatball||$10.53|
|New York Steamer®||$6.06|
|Firehouse Steak & Cheese®||$6.50|
|Turkey Bacon Ranch™||$6.03|
|New York Steamer Sub||$6.62|
|￼Medium Sweet & Spicy Meatball||$7.49|
|Club On A Sub||$6.72|
|Club On a Sub™||$6.26|
|Large Club On a Sub™||$11.14|
|Large Pepperoni Firehouse Meatball®||$11.59|
|Turkey Bacon Ranch Sub||$6.68|
|Firehouse Steak and Cheese Sub||$6.78|
|Large Firehouse Hero®||$11.42|
|Sweet & Spicy Meatball||$6.51|
|Small Sweet & Spicy Meatball||$5.08|
|Spicy Cajun Chicken||$6.25|
|Large Spicy Cajun Chicken||$10.82|
|Medium Spicy Cajun Chicken||$6.91|
|Smokehouse Beef and Cheddar Brisket Sub||$7.27|
|Large Turkey Bacon Ranch ™||$11.29|
|Large Firehouse Steak & Cheese®||$11.34|
|￼Medium Smokehouse Beef & Cheddar Brisket™||$8.36|
|Large Tuna Salad||$10.44|
|Medium Tuna Salad||$7.65|
|TUNA SALAD SUB||$6.02|
|Smoked Turkey Breast Sub||$5.91|
|Smoked Turkey Breast||$5.75|
|Virginia Honey Ham||$5.46|
|Corned Beef Brisket||$6.24|
|Corned Beef Brisket Sub||$6.12|
|Large Honey Ham||$10.44|
|Large Smoked Turkey Breast||$10.59|
|Medium Honey Ham||$7.45|
|Premium Roast Beef||$6.10|
|Premium Roast Beef Sub||$6.27|
|Grilled Chicken Breast Sub||$6.16|
|Grilled Chicken Breast||$6.21|
|Medium Corned Beef Brisket||$7.84|
|Medium Premium Roast Beef||$7.37|
|Large Corned Beef Brisket||$11.27|
|Medium Veggie Sub with Mushroom||$7.24|
|Large Premium Roast Beef||$10.69|
|Medium Grilled Chicken Breast||$7.86|
|Large Grilled Chicken Breast||$11.00|
|Large Veggie with Mushroom||$10.86|
|Italian With Grilled Chicken Salad||$8.75|
|Hook and Ladder Salad||$8.71|
|Hook & Ladder Salad||$8.75|
|Hook & Ladder Salad®||$8.76|
|Medium Firehouse Meatball®||$7.60|
|￼Medium Turkey Bacon Ranch ™||$8.19|
|Medium Smoked Turkey Breast||$7.43|
|￼Medium New York Steamer®||$7.89|
|￼Medium Firehouse Steak & Cheese®||$8.31|
|Loaded Potato Soup||$4.21|
|Fire Hydrant Hot Sauce Bottle||$7.40|
|Mac & Cheese||$4.58|
|Grilled Cheddar Cheese||$5.19|
Chris and Robin Sorensen, brothers who were also firefighters at the time, opened the first Firehouse Subs restaurant on October 10, 1994 in Jacksonville, Florida. Currently, the chain has more than 1,160 restaurants in 46 states and in Canada and Puerto Rico.
What They’re Known For
Just as its name implies, Firehouse Subs is known for its firehouse-style subs and sandwiches. Here, customers can indulge in delicious – and sizable, for that matter – subs and sandwiches that will satisfy even the biggest appetite.
Why Eat Here
As soon as you step into a Firehouse Subs restaurant, the first thing that you will observe is the pervasive firehouse theme, and it’s evident from the firefighter memorabilia and gear on the walls to the murals reflecting the local fire and police service. Every restaurant then has a unique mural representing the community and it’s a great place to have your photograph taken.
Of course, you’re here for the food and what delicious food there is to be enjoyed! The menu can be slightly bewildering for a first-timer because there’s just so many to choose from and choosing doesn’t get easier because everything seems so delectable.
The hot specialty subs are the obvious bestsellers with many, if not most, of the regular customers choosing from the selection every time they are at Firehouse Subs. The names of these subs are inspired by the firehouse so it can become a guessing game, but just ask the staff member at the counter for more information about the ingredients.
The bestselling sub is the Hook and Ladder and it’s definitely on top of our list, too. At first glance, you will be tempted to just bite into it but you probably won’t do it until you have admired its appearance. The smoked turkey breast with its savory flavors act as a counterpoint to the slightly sweet flavor of the Virginia honey ham while the Monterey Jack cheese provides the tanginess and creaminess – in short, it’s arguably among the best subs you will ever have!
Be sure to try the Meatball Sub, too, and you will agree that its marketing hype – The Best Meatballs Guaranteed – is as true as it can get. Just the idea of hot meatballs swimming in a sea of marinara sauce and melted cheese will get your mouth watering in seconds. You can vary your order, too, since it’s available in three versions – regular, spicy, and sweet marinara.
As soon as it’s served, you will think that it’s too beautiful to ruin by eating but it’s also too tempting not to eat. The hot meatballs are served on Firehouse Sub’s soft and slightly sweet hoagie roll, topped with provolone cheese, and sprinkled with red chili flakes – and it’s a five-alarm level of spicy heat, too.
Other favorites include Engineer Sub, Firehouse Hero, and Smokehouse Beef & Cheddar Brisket. Keep in mind that these are all meat-laden subs so if you have an aversion against meat products, you may not want to be at Firehouse Subs.
The subs are also high in calories but if you’re looking for an indulgent treat, then just go for it! The calories are well worth the explosive flavors that come with each bite, not to mention that you can always eat more manageable portions or share a sub to manage your caloric intake.
The subs are prepared with steam-heated meats and cheeses, a process that preserves most of the juiciness of the meats and the creaminess of the cheese. These ingredients are then piled on a toasted sub roll, a signature Firehouse Subs item, which may or may not be topped with more vegetables and condiments. If you want the whole nine yards, just tell the counter staff that you want your sub “Fully Involved” and that’s what you will get.
Every sub at Firehouse Sub just feels, looks and tastes of higher quality than the competitors’ products, and it’s one of the reasons for its enduring popularity despite the stiff competition from the likes of Subway.
Of course, the food isn’t all there is to Firehouse Subs. The staff members have a great attention to detail so your orders always come out just as wanted them. The casual atmosphere invites a wide range of customers although most of them are young professionals, employees, and college students looking for affordable yet filling subs.
To learn more about Firehouse Subs or to find a location near you, visit their website at www.firehousesubs.com.