Wednesday, December 5, 2012
Come by from 4 p.m. to close and 20 percent of sales will go to the school PTA.
Firehouse Subs at the Village at Waugh Chapel will hold a fundraiser Wednesday in support of Four Seasons Elementary School. Anyone who comes by between 4 p.m. and close will have 20 percent of their bill donated to the school PTA. Customers must mention Four Seasons Elementary or hand over a flyer, available on the Four Seasons PTA website.
Friday, May 11, 2012
Patch offers some ideas to support local businesses and treat mom at the same time.
It's the Friday before Mother's Day and you still haven't found something special for mom. Patch has you covered with a couple ideas. Roundz Gourmet Market in Gambrills offers decadent desserts that any mom would love. If you stop by on Saturday and ask for the "Sweetest Mom deal," you'll get 25 percent off dessert selections. Roundz also offers gift certificates that can be used for food or cooking classes. Upcoming classes are scheduled for May 31 and June 4. See the Roundz website for details. Firehouse Subs in Gambrills honors mothers with a special offer at participating locations on Sunday. Moms get a free sub with the purchase of a sub, chips and drink. To redeem the offer, print the coupon. Firehouse Subs was selected as a local …
Friday, March 30, 2012
You voted the sub shop at the Village of Waugh Chapel the best local place for sandwiches.
It was a close race but Firehouse Subs won the Readers' Choice contest for best sandwich in Crofton and Gambrills. The sub shop located in the Village at Waugh Chapel just opened in February. "You haven't had a sandwich until you've had a Firehouse sandwich ... They use these special steamer machines that heat the meat and cheese and turn it into mouth watering bliss," wrote Patch user Dan in the comments. One of the Firehouse favorites is the "Hook & Ladder" sandwich, which features smoked turkey breast, honey ham and Monterey Jack cheese. Leave a comment to let us know which sandwich at Firehouse Subs is your favorite and check back on Monday to tell us where you get your taxes done.
Monday, February 13, 2012
The new sandwich shop opened in the Village at Waugh Chapel, and Patch stopped by for lunch.
While getting a few last-minute Valentine's Day gifts Monday afternoon, I decided to stop by the new Firehouse Subs shop at the Village at Waugh Chapel. The restaurant officially opened for business over the weekend, and has received some good reviews from folks on the Odenton Patch Facebook page. The sub shop was decked out with a firehouse theme, with firefighting equipment and decor on the walls. Firehouse Subs was doing a good business at about 3 p.m. Monday, and franchise owner Justin Stephens was on hand helping with orders. I asked the friendly cashier, Taylor, what she recommended. She said the most popular sandwich has been the "Hook & Ladder," featuring smoked turkey breast, honey ham and Monterey Jack cheese. It's normally …