Who bought Firehouse Subs?

Restaurant Brands International
Restaurant Brands International completes its purchase of Firehouse Subs. Restaurant Brands International on Wednesday said that has completed its $1 billion acquisition of Firehouse Subs. The deal gives the Toronto-based fast-food chain operator its fourth brand, to go along with Burger King, Tim Hortons and Popeyes.

Does firehouse heat their subs?

You can order any of our hot subs cold! Just let us know when you order and we won’t heat the meat & cheese. Then we’ll pile it all high on our private recipe toasted sub roll.

What’s better Jersey Mike’s vs Subway?

Again, it turns out that you’re better off going with Subway. The healthiest sandwiches on the menus at both chains include chicken, but Subway’s oven-roasted chicken sandwich wins out. The sandwich only has 270 calories and 3.5 grams of fat.

What is a BBQ Cuban sub?

The BBQ Cuban Sub features tender, slow-smoked pulled pork, freshly sliced Virginia honey ham, melted Swiss cheese, sweet and smoky chipotle slaw, spicy pickle chips, mayo, and sweet mustard BBQ sauce on a toasted sub roll.

Does Firehouse Subs make a Cuban sandwich?

In a Facebook announcement shared by the popular sandwich shop, the company revealed their BBQ Cuban Sub is made with pulled pork, honey ham, melted Swiss cheese, sweet and smoky chipotle slaw, mayo, spicy pickles, and a mustard BBQ sauce.

Did Burger King buy out Firehouse Subs?

The chain’s sales have tripled in size since 2010. Restaurant Brands International Inc. announced that it has completed its previously announced acquisition of Firehouse Restaurant Group Inc.

Does Popeyes own Burger King?

RBI owns four of the world’s most prominent and iconic quick service restaurant brands – TIM HORTONS®, BURGER KING®, POPEYES® and FIREHOUSE SUBS®. These independently operated brands have been serving their respective guests, franchisees and communities for decades.

Are Firehouse Subs steamed?

With more than 1,200 Firehouse Subs Restaurants People come back again and again because, unlike other sub places, we steam our meats and cheeses, releasing a rush of flavors, then stuff a serving that’s way over code on one of our toasted private-recipe sub rolls.