To subvert grumpy monarchs, angry medieval youths scrawled condiment graffiti such as "Fran Tanner has plague" or "the king is a jerk" inside their sandwiches. Dig beneath lettuce to bring history to light with today's Groupon for Firehouse Subs. This Groupon can be used at the Boynton Beach and Royal Palm Beach locations. Choose from one of the following options:
- For $23, you get a 10-person deluxe party platter, which includes hearty helpings of deli-quality turkey, ham, and roast beef sandwiches with an array of fresh condiments and toppings on the side (a $46 value). Platters must be ordered at least 24 hours in advance.
- For $3, you get $6 worth of menu fare, which includes subs, drinks, cookies, and more. This is Groupon can be used for dine-in or take-out. No online orders.
Firehouse Subs specializes in toasted signature sub rolls overflowing with hand-sliced steamed meats, Sargento cheeses, and fresh-cut toppings. The platter offers enough hearty fare to feed 10 people or appease one yeti. Stock up on shindig-friendly fare or shun the crowd for a more intimate gathering at a Firehouse location. Hoagie-hungry diners can take their pick of hot specialty subs such as the Firehouse meatball or the New York steamer, brimming with beef brisket, pastrami, and melted provolone (8-inch $5.89, 12-inch, $7.89). Satisfy a cool craving with a savory cold sub packed with white chicken salad (8-inch $5.49, 12-inch $7.49). Fresh-baked cookies come in three flavors ($.75 each) and the classic chocolate brownie stands alone ($1.09 each). Little ones can extinguish their hungers with a kids' meal that includes a sub-roll sandwich, drink, dessert, kid-sized fire hat, and directions to the nearest tree-bound kitten awaiting rescue.
- Very tasty and good selection. Not too many options; but I like it like that. – victoria r., Yelp
- Even though the subs are very moist, they are not soggy or dripping. Both the wheat and white sub rolls are fresh and sturdy enough to hold up under the weight of the fillings. – Claudine McCarthy, Sun Sentinel