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Touchdown's Wings & Things, 7210 Broad River Road: 2015   16 comments

Posted at 11:19 pm in closing

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Touchdown's opened in a former Sammi's Deli sometime around October 2013. I'm not a big wing fan, and it's nowhere near where I live so I never made it in. I noticed last weekend as I was drive by that it was closed and had been relaced by a pizza operation:

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Written by ted on November 10th, 2015

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16 Responses to 'Touchdown's Wings & Things, 7210 Broad River Road: 2015'

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  1. This was also a Blimpie's at one time, I'm pretty sure it pre-dated the Sammi's Delil here.

    Brian

    11 Nov 15 at 8:42 am

  2. As I here Blimpie mentioned now and again, I have NEVER heard anyone say they have good, fair or poor sub's. Blimpies must not be noteworthy in regards to taste or quality.

    Rick

    11 Nov 15 at 11:49 am

  3. I've had Blimpie a couple of times over the years and while it was a decent sandwich and everything (and could see myself going for another one someday), I typically don't go to sub sandwich places (regardless of chain) very often...

    Andrew

    11 Nov 15 at 12:17 pm

  4. I'm getting some hits that it might have also been a Jason's Deli a year or so ago.

    badger

    11 Nov 15 at 12:59 pm

  5. I've never tried Blimpie either, but Jimmy John's makes some right tasty sandwiches.

    Homer

    11 Nov 15 at 11:44 pm

  6. I have never tried Blimpie because I mainly associate it with the type of operation that opens inside another store like a gas station/convenience store or a Wal-Mart. I know that's not fair as they do have freestanding stores, but that's just the association I have for it.

    I like Jimmy John's, but wish they wouldn't core out and throw away half the bread when they put together a sandwich. Also, their bacon is not as crisp as Subway.

    ted

    12 Nov 15 at 1:22 am

  7. @ted - If you get a traditional New Orleans style Po Boy or Muffuletta sandwich, they are going to have some of the bread removed so they can cram more goodies on the sandwich and still make it somewhat easy to handle. That is my kind of sandwich!!!!

    A couple of weeks ago I ate at Blue Fin at the Village in Sandhills. Ordered the shrimp Po Boy and was totally disappointed in what came to the table. It was a roll not much bigger that a hot dog bun. It only had 5 shrimp on it along with the usual overabundance of fillers. The sandwich and fries were $8.00. Not going back there again! I'd much rather go to Red Robin and get a decent burger and unlimited fries.

    Homer

    12 Nov 15 at 1:52 am

  8. Or maybe gorge myself at 5 Guys!!

    Homer

    12 Nov 15 at 1:53 am

  9. This was also a Mr Mustards hot dog place for a little while.

    Publix makes the best subs around here. Its the bread. No place else makes bread that even comes close.

    IrmoJeff

    12 Nov 15 at 8:49 am

  10. I like Blimpie's quite a bit and will usually opt for them over Subway, but I agree their heyday was about 10-15 years ago when they saw all their national growth.

    If you're going to try Blimpie's, I'd suggest the one on Colonial Life Blvd up close to Dutch Sqare.

    Brian

    12 Nov 15 at 11:00 am

  11. I just finished a dynamite sub from Sub Station II. It was the first time I ordered one with double meat and cheese. There is no turning back now.

    Joe Shlabotnik

    12 Nov 15 at 4:08 pm

  12. @joe - which sub did you have?

    Homer

    12 Nov 15 at 4:22 pm

  13. Try a #17. Roast beef, turkey and ham. Based on Homers comments, I'll try a #19 the next time I go in.

    Rick

    12 Nov 15 at 5:43 pm

  14. Homer, I have not had a bad sandwich there. Today was the turkey and ham on wheat .

    Joe Shlabotnik

    12 Nov 15 at 9:55 pm

  15. The #19 is more like an Italian sub. Ham, Genoa salami, pepperoni, turkey breast, bologna and cappicola. I can only imagine this one with double meat and cheese!!!

    Homer

    12 Nov 15 at 11:10 pm

  16. Go for it and be sure to report back.

    Joe Shlabotnik

    13 Nov 15 at 5:26 am

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