This is a clean and well-run subway with better seating than most afford. It can always be counted on for a quick meal that doesn't hurt the wallet or one's waist.
I was particularly touched the last time I was there when I witnessed one of the employees putting in her own money to help a person, who was slightly mentally handicapped, pay for his meal. You don't see that often in chain restaurants.
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