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Big Foot Gyro & Subs (Dania Beach)


***** Big Foot Gyro & Subs, 2970 Griffin Road, Dania Beach, Florida 33312, (954) 961-1160.

This joint’s name…Big Foot Gyro & Subs- should give you a “hint” as to what this order at/pickup at the counter- free standing-hole in the wall restaurant is all about.

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Big Foot has the expected full-boat of hot/cold subs…the kicker, it also has a load of Greek salads-plates, gyros and pita sandwiches.

A recent outing had me doing…chicken salad sub (large-$7.49), meatloaf sub (large- $7.49), gyro sub (large-$8.50), chicken gyro on pita bread ($6.99), steak/onion/peppers sub (large-$8.49)…every sandwich was delicious. Great fillings and fresh baked bread.

This is one of the best sub joints that I have been in–down here in old South Florida. Throw in the Greek “spin” and this joint is a big-winner.

Big Foot is open Monday-Friday 7am-7pm, Saturday 7am-3pm, closed on Sunday.

6 Comments to “Big Foot Gyro & Subs (Dania Beach)”

  1. Scott Mark says...

    Good Morning Jeff,
    I wanted to let you know that I got an e mail from Joey and The Gigalos this morning. Did you know they are putting on a concert at FAU in boca on Saturday January 22nd?. They are having a Temtations Revnue, and they are speedo and the Cadallics. They are having other groups as well. I just wanted to let you know. I hope to see you soon.


  2. gary says...

    Hi Jeff, I know your’e not a big fan of Japanese, but you must try Diamatsu in the Royal Palm Plaza, not fancy, but hands down the best California roll that I and my friends and family have ever eaten, from what I am told, this is the case with most of their food. Many of my friends who have traveled throughout the world say that Diamatsu is the real deal.

  3. MB says...

    Hi Jeff,

    My husband and I are trying to open a self serve yogurt shop in Jacksonville.As of today we have 6 locations that are compatible to this concept within the entire city (which is a very wide spread city, think NYC boroughs as to we all live here). Currently the cost per ounce is 45 cents and the places are packed.I have a million questions that I could ask you but three of the most important ones are, 1. How long do you think this “craze” will last? 2. What demographic or location is ideal? 3. What do you REALISYICALLY think the cost is to start one of these shops up? Thank you for any information that you can offer and let us know if you still offer consulting.

    • herbK says...

      I’m not Jeff, but…
      1. In a few years only the stores with the best product and locations will still be around. I think Yogurt Land has the strongest concept.
      2. You want to pick a location near a Starbucks, Jamba Juice, or 5 guys, because they have similar demographics and they do their homework before choosing a location.
      3. It is going to cost between $250K and $300K to get open.

      • ggold says...

        great advise Herb

  4. LJ says...

    Didn’t even know about this bakery until I read about it here.
    Excellent bagels and bialys.

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