Does Firehouse Subs have any gluten-free items?
We now offer a gluten-free sub roll at all U.S. and Canada locations*. However, since other menu items in our restaurants do contain gluten, we cannot guarantee an entirely gluten-free experience.
What kind of salad dressing does firehouse have?
Available dressings: Italian, Light Italian, Honey Mustard, Balsamic Vinaigrette, Peppercorn Ranch, Oil and Vinegar. Dressings add additional calories: 90-300 CAL. Sautéed steak, provolone, sautéed peppers and onions, mayo, deli mustard.
What does Firehouse Subs put on their Italian sub?
Our Italian sub is loaded with Genoa salami, pepperoni, Virginia honey ham, melted provolone, Italian dressing, and seasonings, served Fully Involved.
What meats are gluten-free at Firehouse subs?
- Chicken Breast.
- Oven Roasted Chicken.
- Pepper Bacon.
- Sauteed USDA Choice Steak.
- Smoked Honey Ham.
- Smoked Turkey Breast Roast.
Are the meatballs at Firehouse subs gluten-free?
Their Italian Seasoning and Meatballs also contain dairy. … All of the dairy-free salad dressings noted above appear to be gluten-free, too.
What is in firehouse salad?
Romaine lettuce, green bell pepper, cucumber, mozzarella, pepperoncini, choice of two dressings. Your choice of Hook & Ladder (HAM & TURKEY), Italian (HAM, PEPPERONI, SALAMI) or Engine Company (ROAST BEEF & TURKEY), or a combination.
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What’s in a firehouse salad?
Chopped salad – romaine, tomato, bell pepper, cucumber, mozzarella, pepperoncini, and light Italian dressing no meat. 130 cal.
Can you get a salad at Firehouse Subs?
The Hearty & Flavorful menu debuts six subs and four chopped salads each under 500 calories and is available at all Firehouse Subs nationwide. … The chopped salads are made to order using a base of Romaine, tomato, bell pepper, cucumber, mozzarella, pepperoncini, Kalamata olives, and light Italian dressing.
What is Subway Italian BMT?
The Italian B.M.T. ® sandwich is filled with Genoa salami, spicy pepperoni, and Black Forest Ham. Big. Meaty. Tasty.
How does Firehouse Subs make their sandwiches?
Firehouse Subs calls it their winning combination — steaming the meats and cheeses to release flavor, then stuffing it all into a toasted sub roll. “It is this method that sets us apart from the other sub shops, along with quantity and quality of meats and cheeses,” owner Eric Engelstad said.