I worked at Firehouse Subs for approximately 5 - 6 years. The typical day at work is what normally happens at a restaurant: arriving in the morning, preparing and setting up ingredients until the store opens, serving customers, and closing up shop at the end of the day. This is great if you want to make a bi-weekly check that is based on minimum wage or slightly higher than that, or if you are going to school like I am and you need additional cash. But unless it is your dream to become a restaurant manager, this is not something that you want to do long-term. Management is good, but the bad thing about it is that they might release you from your job early if the labor percentage of the day is too high, which means a lower check for you on Fridays. But other than that, I have no issues with Firehouse.