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Firehouse Subs Closes In Back Bay

The Florida-based chain had grand expansion plans for Boston back in 2012.

Firehouse Subs Back Bay hosted members of the Boston Fire Department after the 2014 bombing at the Boston Marathon. The shop is now closed.
Firehouse Subs Back Bay hosted members of the Boston Fire Department after the 2014 bombing at the Boston Marathon. The shop is now closed.
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Boston proper has lost its sole location of the Firehouse Subs chain. Boston Restaurant Talk notes via a Twitter tipster that the windows at the Boylston Street shop are papered over, adding that the address has been removed from the company's website.

When the Florida-based sandwich chain announced its Boston expansion in 2012, it planned to open 69 new stores in the area, with a whopping 85 total in New England. By the time it opened in September 2012, Firehouse was among a handful of new sandwich chains in the downtown area.

The company continues to operate its Danvers, Woburn, and Nashua, N.H. locations.

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