Subway Restaurant 5530 Telegraph Rd, Saint Louis, MO63129 Subway has evolved from a submarine sandwich shop to become identified with "fresh" eating and a calorie-conscious…More menu. Recently Subway expanded into breakfast sandwich offerings.
Subway 122 S County Center Way, Saint Louis, MO63129 Subway offers a large, comfortable dining area complete with exposed brick and fake foliage. This location offers a…More large drink bar with fresh-brewed iced tea. Several tables and booths sit in front of large windows that face Lemay Ferry Road, so that you can enjoy your delicious Subway submarine sandwich with a great view.
Subway Restaurant 13146 Tesson Ferry Rd, Saint Louis, MO63128 Subway operates one of its nearly 34,000 franchised sandwich restaurants at this location on Tesson Ferry Road.…More Traditional favorites such as the Tuna sub have been joined recently by toasted sandwiches such as The Big Philly Cheesesteak. Subway always offers a selection of $5 footlong subs including a Veggie Delight and Spicy Italian.
Subway Restaurant 85 S County Center Way, Saint Louis, MO63129 This popular chain sandwich shop is located in the food court at South County Center. Billed as a healthy alternative to…More fast food, Subway offers made-to-order submarine sandwiches (6-inch or footlong) as well as salads, sides and drinks. Menu items that have six grams of fat or fewer are specially marked. Seating is in the food court.
Subway Restaurant 4305 Butler Hill Rd, Saint Louis, MO63128 Subway is the largest sub sandwich shop chain in the world, and its location near Interstate 55 in South County offers…More that familiar and tasty smell of fresh-baked bread. The $5 footlong sandwich is the best-known and most popular item on the menu, but this shop's manager, Andrew Larose, says the breakfast sandwiches are delicious and really catching on with his customers.
South County Center 18 S County Center Way, Saint Louis, MO63129 One of five malls in the St. Louis area owned and managed by CBL and Associates Properties, South County Center boasts…More about 150 stores. The multi-level mall opened in 1964 at the intersection of Lemay Ferry Road and Lindbergh Boulevard, with easy access to Interstates 55, 270 and 255. It is anchored by Macy's, JCPenney, Dillard's and Sears and also has a large Borders book store. Amenities include wheelchairs, strollers, a family lounge and play area, gift cards and ATMs. The food court is populated by such standards as Sbarro, Sonic, Subway and Mrs. Field's Cookies. Other chain restaurants located in the mall are Applebee's, Qdoba Mexican Grill and Noodles and Company. Freestanding stores and restaurants on the mall's outskirts are Buffalo Wild Wings, Chuck E. Cheese's, Dobbs Tire and Auto, JC Penney Catalog Store, National Tire and Battery, Romano's Macaroni Grill and US Bank.