We actually had a very positive experience. went back maybe twice more... ...before purchasing our own Panini Press. At the price Quizno's was charging the press paid for itself in short order and we got hot crusty sangies the contents of which hadn't sat in a showcase for 2 weeks, or been handled by various pimply-faced teens with questionable hygiene habits.
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Quizno's went in our town, stayed several years then closed. several years some one opened a Quizno's in part of a service station, that lasted a couple of years then closed. I liked some of their food, but found it expensive for what it was so I did not eat there too often
Never was much of a sandwich out lover. When we did Firehouse subs was the best!! I could make a better sandwich at home than most places like Quiznos, Subway, Blimpies, Shlotskys etc. I did like Subways salads for awhile.
I think there are or were a couple in the Dayton area, though I haven't used them. But a/b 10 yrs ago when I was working in Ft. Lauderdale, there was one next door, and I got lunch there one or two times a week. IMHO, the food was fine. My guess is that they were torpedoed by Subway.
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