just tried it a few days agao, and it's good though not great by any means, the bread is not as good as bay cities, nor do they have a pepper spread like bay cities, but the subs are sure big and they have a lot of variety of meats. also, i like the fact that it is more low-key less hipster-ish than bay cities, but then again after all this is sleepy glendale and not santa monica. the sandwiches are triple deckers which is unique, and they have a wide vairety which i will still try to put a dent in if i'm in the areas stuff like smoked, peppered, roast, sausaulito, honey roasted, mesquite, oven roasted turkey (there's about a dozen different turkeys to choose from) over a dozen italian salamis (includeing a handful from molinari's of san francisco) and meatball subs and even veal parm subs. i think it's worth a try if you're in the area. on broadway a little less than a mile east of brand.