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  1. John Thompson

    EEEEEeeeeewwwww… it looks & sounds like a regular Subway with a TV. You’re right, with a little more effort from Subway, they could’ve done SO much more. Sad news for Subway, but great news for our other MVT cafes!

  2. Eric

    Yeah, it looks kind of like a doctor’s waiting room. Not appealing at all.

  3. Bruce

    I’m really looking forward to this, actually. Frankly, I’d be happy with a regular Subway–as far as I know, the nearest Subway to MVT is the one just west of the Chinatown gate, and I rarely even go there anymore because they tend to close relatively early and often run out of the vegetables I like. I eat at the alternatives you mention from time to time, but I prefer Subway. With or without couches or a TV, I’m looking forward to seeing them in the neighborhood.

  4. Dan Augusto

    Whatever Subway puts in its bread. (Sawdust?) has kept me out of their stores for good. Jerry’s Subs makes a far better sandwich that’s more tasty. Bread actually tastes like bread and the sandwich doesn’t look like it was thrown together on an assembly line.

  5. Tony

    …and Panera is even better! I guess that’s wishful thinking, though. Me and Toto better start clicking our heels, I guess. : )