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i went to your location in riveria beach fl and they refuse to give me my money back i gave them thier food back and they want me to eat some more of there nasty food how real is that
I come here because I love the coke machine with custom flavors. So today, all the flavors are empty. Literally every button except Coke and Diet coke were empty. Either this place is on its way out of business or they don't care about their product. Very sad.
My review is based on my experiences with Miami Subs when I used to live in Florida from 1999 through 2001. I at at the ones in the greater Orlando area about 3 times a week.
The restaurants were always perfect and so was the food.
I now live back in Mississippi from 2001 till the present. I have not been back to central florida nor have I eaten at a Miami Subs in about 10 years.
I do know they took a down turn and were bought out by a different corporation in 2007. I've read that hey lost tons of franchisees and have done a lot of corporate restructuring.
I am currently considering becoming a franchisee in Mississippi and Alabama. I believe they are better at the corporate level than at the store level.
It is my suggestion and opinion that if you have had a bad experience at a Miami Subs Pizza an Grill recently, it would be best to contact the store and the corporate office in writing. Nothing will ever get done through verbal communication at the store level. It always has to be in writing.
I hope this helps and I hope I don't have a bad experience as a franchisee I and when I become one. My restaurants in mississippi and Alabama will be kept in tip top condition!
Please Use gloves when handling the food on Sheridan and us1 in Hollywood yuck!!
. (Watch their woridng.)2. I haven't had any technical problems with Win 2010 Beta running on either Win XP, Win 7 SE, or Win 7 Home Premium systems. It's on par with Win 2007 in that regard.3. Surprisingly, the ability to pin your most-used documents to the File screen of your applications is very useful feature. No more most recent documents list that is usurped every time you use Photoshop or something. Exceeds expectations, one of my favorite features.4. Organizing all of the functions by separate ribbons/menus is a great idea, especially since you can create your own ribbon with your most used commands. I did have problems locating some commands b/c they have been moved to different locations. In Word this was quite aggravating at first, but it's not an issue now that I know where things are how to locate commands that I use less frequently.5. Having your open windows at the bottom of the screen is handy, though it can be annoying until you learn to not accidentally roll your mouse over them. A so-so improvement. (This is a Win 7 and Office 2010 combined feature.)6. Snap is a nifty feature that allows you to line up 2 pages from your apps side-by-side using the full screen. This has been very useful for me and already gets regular use. Drawbacks: Sometimes the text is too small or, if you enlarge it, doesn't always fit on the page. Still, Snap is definitely worthwhile. (Another Win 7/Office 2010 feature; IME Snap doesn't work with many non-Office applications.)7. It's so easy and fun to use the different color swatches to brighten up my Excel spreadsheets. This is not trivial for me as I like to use color to emphasize different kinds of data. People find the spreadsheets easier to read that way. YMMV. You could do this in Office 2007, of course, but the procedure is much more cumbersome.8. Excel is configured in much the same way as Word, with ribbons at the top for different menus. The ribbons are mostly pretty good, but more so than in Word, some basic commands are located in counter-intuitive places. For example, to copy or move a page, you have to go into Home/Format Cells/Organize Sheets/Move or Copy Sheet. The format cells menu is in a tiny font and located at the right of the sheet. There is a certain logic to the location, but the command for this simple task should, IMO, be right on the ribbon. (It's on my personal ribbon now that I found it.) Likewise, the Tables menu doesn't show the most simple and complete way to create borders you have to go to a sub-menu of the Tables submenu to get to the old XP Format Cells menu where you can find number, alignment, tables, etc. One of those submenus is below the page is easily missed. Don't be fooled; not all commands are on the ribbons or in the same menus as XP you'll have to ferret some of them out. Oh, and so far I've found 3 Format Cells menus, and they're not all the same.Minus 1/2 star for hiding the Excel commands ('cause I'll learn them but that was stupid) round up.You get the general idea. Office 2007 is significantly different from Office 2010. IME, Word and Excel, and to a lesser degree Power Point, are easier and more efficient to use. There are some minor annoyances and there is a learning curve, but it should be relatively easy to switch from Office 2007 to Office 2010. I wouldn't advise anyone to rush out and buy Office 2010 right this minute, but it's definitely a good product and worth consideration when you're ready.Did MS get it right this time???And no, I don't work for MS.
Miami Sub's has become horrible period!!! I now understand why 2 of 3 in my area have shut down! The 1 on broward Blvd. in Fort lauderdale is NASTY! I ordered wings and found several strands of hair in them, called the manager cause it was about 1 am and was told the "guy in the kitchen is bald" so it didn't come from here.... WTF hope they shut all these S**T holes down!
Have been going to the Miami Subs on 5001 University Dr. in Lauderhill for 5 yrs. or more. In the past 1yr. the place has changed hands. Let me tell you NOT FOR THE BETTER... The place is awful. The rest rooms are discusting never any paper towels, and real dirty. Tell the managment they don't care. Found hair in my meals ( sandwich and onion ring's ) They blame me.Hair is dark and long. My hair is short and blonde. Steak Sandwich has maybe 5 little pieces of meat. When I bring it back to the counter and ask for meat they tell me that is all they are allowed to give and it is not placed right in the bread. When I tell you there is NO meat I mean NO meat. When I get it back it is all onions, still no meat.... This place is terrible. I will never go back there again. The personal are very rude and they DO not care about the comsumer......It use to be a GREAT place to go.....
well this franchise is so bad i would nva eat and work there again im new york and they jus open up a new one in my neighborhood and i been workin there 4 2 weeks and its a mess this guy the manager dosent know wat his doin after me and the 2 main cooks arnt there the service is so bad the food is left raww and everything else is grose im dyin to send them to court so they can shut them down if corporate dosen hire a new owner 4 them
YOUR STORE IN HALLANDALE IS TERRIBLE.THEY OFFER DELIVERIES,PHONE ORDERS:NONE OF WHICH
I GAVE THEM NUMEROUS CHANCES TO SEE IF THEY KNEW WHAT CUSTOMER SERVICE AND SATISFACTION WAS ALL ABOUT?THEY DONT KNOW! RETRAINED THEM,AS A FORMER SMALL BUSINESS
MAN MYSELF I COULD NOT BELIEVE WHAT I SAW THERE.
IF ALL YOUR STORES ARE OPERATING LIKE THAT ONE,YOU ARE IN FOR BIG LOSSES IN YOUR COMPANY, AND DO NOT BOTHER ASKING ABOUT COMPLIMENTS.
UNBELIEVEBLY BAD. MIAMI SUBS IN HALLANDALE AT SECOND AVE IS A HELL HOLE.